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as a matter of urgency

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas a matter of urgencyas a matter of urgencyif something is done or should be done as a matter of urgency, it is done or should be done very soon That procedure should be streamlined as a matter of urgency. matter
Examples from the Corpus
as a matter of urgencyThe level of crime in our town is unhealthy and must be eliminated as a matter of urgency.Now the county council has backed a new drive to recruit more retained firefighters, as a matter of urgency.Fundamental constitutional reconstruction was called for as a matter of urgency.Any essential communication should be sent in writing and all letters of acceptance should be sent in as a matter of urgency.Close monitoring of disk usage, together with improved training in file management, must be introduced as a matter of urgency.Please could you look into it as a matter of urgency.They have agreed to look into the pensioner's plight as a matter of urgency if Miss Early gets in touch.That procedure should be streamlined as a matter of urgency.Is there not now a good case for strengthening the frontier wire, as a matter of urgency?
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