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I have an urge to smoke after every mealI urge you to get extra help; otherwise, you will probably fail the course.

I have an urge to smoke after every meal.

He urged us to accept his offer.

The cowboy urged his horse on.

Benny urged her to reconsider her refusal to marry him.

I tried to quit drinking, but the urge to have a few beer in the evening after work was too strong.

Everyone over the age of 40 is urged to get a yearly physical examination.

She fought the urge to laugh when she heard her ex-husband had lost his job.

Five years after quitting smoking, Cathy still felt the urge to light up whenever she went into a bar.

When the little boy spat at his teacher, she had to suppress the urge to spank him.

Wanda decided to go back to work as a professional singer at the urging of her friends.

As your doctor, I urge you to cut down on fatty foods if you don't want to have heart trouble.

Robert Penn Warren once said that the urge to write poetry is like having an itch. When the itch becomes annoying enough, you scratch it.

Early Egyptian writings urged mothers to send their children to school with plenty of bread and beer for their lunch.

In 1950, the United Nations urged all member nations to assist South Korea following the invasion of the country by the North.

A Russian proverb notes that you don't need a whip to urge on an obedient horse.

In 1939, Albert Einstein, concerned that German scientists were working on powerful new bombs, wrote to the President urging him to start an atomic project.

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