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Priority may refer to:
- Prioritization, the action that arranges items or activities in order of importance
- Priority date, a concept of establishing waiting times in the immigration process by United States Department of State
- Priority level, the priority of emergency communications
- Priority right, a time-limited right, triggered by the first filing of an application for a patent
- Priority signs, a traffic sign that specifies which route has the right of way
- Priority or right of way on the road, see Traffic § Priority (right of way)
- Scientific priority, the priority of scientific ideas
- Priority of the scientific names of organisms, including:
- Principle of Priority, the principle that the oldest available name for a biological taxon is the valid one
- Subordination (finance), the order of priorities in claims for ownership or interest in various assets
- A tag or attribute of a requirement in software or systems engineering
- In IUPAC organic nomenclature, each functional group is given a priority number
- As a proper name:
- "Priority", a song by Jolin Tsai from the 2004 album Castle
- Scheduling (computing), the way processes are assigned priorities in a run queue; prioritization
- Bug Priority (Software)
- Preemption (disambiguation)
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