I think we handled it as well as we could have, given the exigencies of production.
Not a country, but a house in London, where the exigencies of living together creates its own brand of tension?
The exigencies of the political calendar have a tendency to wreck even the best-laid plans.
But the exigencies of making ends meet prompted him to make some questionable financial decisions.
From seven to twelve hundred are employed in the works, according to the exigencies of business.
These heroic attitudes do not suit the exigencies of everyday life.
He lived from hand to mouth; struggled every hour to meet the exigencies of the hour that followed.
But this was not enough to satisfy Frank's idea of the exigencies of the present situation.
In other words, national hostilities follow the exigencies of real or imagined political interests.
They are in ourselves, and from the exigencies of our intelligence.