URGE


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AcronymDefinition
URGEUniversity Research for Graduate Education (est. 1994; Indonesia)
URGEUrban Green Environment (greenspace development project; various locations; EU)
URGEUnlimited Resources Giving Enlightenment (Ziggy Marley foundation)
URGEUniform Rating of Generating Equipment
URGEUltra-Rapid Gradient Echo
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As an urge arises, observe it with childlike curiosity.
While smoking urge volatility increased following alcohol consumption, the smoking urge trajectory did not.
The present paper proposes a theoretical framework and a treatment strategy for dealing with the urges to drink that alcoholics experience during recovery.
We strongly urge EPA to stand by their decision and not require dust clearance sampling for renovation jobs.
The missive came in response to recent efforts to urge the SBC to adopt resolutions calling on church members to pull their children out of the public schools.
Mixed incontinence: it is usually a 60-40 combination of stress incontinence and urge incontinence.
For example, we support the Administration's proposed $231 million for thinning small-diameter trees and reducing hazardous fuels under the National Fire Plan, but we urge the Administration to improve collaborative mechanisms with communities and community capacity building through programs such as rural community assistance.
CHICAGO -- Parity maybe a risk factor for overactive bladder with urge incontinence, Dr.
who turn on the call light every 20 to 30 minutes to use the restroom); residents with urge incontinence (i.
The urge to drink, also often referred to as craving, is an emotional state in which a person is motivated to seek and use alcohol.
The URGE app is so advanced that customers can have food delivered to their beach chair on the beautiful sands of South Beach using the "Order from the Beach (GPS)" function.
On April 27, 1942, U-class submarine HMS Urge, which had 29 crew and 10 passengers on board, left Malta for Alexandria, on the north coast of Egypt, and was never seen again.