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high priority

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhigh priorityhigh priority (also high on the list/agenda)IMPORTANT important and needing to be done or dealt with quickly Most people feel that education needs to be given higher priority. Arms control is high on the agenda. high
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high priorityFree individual choice in matters affecting this right should, in my opinion, be accorded very high priority.I assure the hon. Gentleman that my hon. Friend and I give the matter a high priority.The development of the theoretical framework remains therefore of high priority.The pleasure principle should motivate the programmes of study, and always be given high priority.In general, only high priority cases are able to gain a place.Launching a new round of trade liberalisation talks after the failure of the Seattle summit remains a high priority for both sides.He was even, ironically in light of the Simpson verdicts bearing down on him, placing his highest priority on education.If saving lives is your aim, providing clean water should be a higher priority still.
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