I will push against
him just as much as he pushes against me.
Tsutsui's prose works at a rapid pace that grabs readers and takes them along for a ride through a Japan that seeks to constantly push against
the established notions of what literature is.
Indeed, in the run-up to the vote, opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is warning already of possible ballot fraud and is calling for a last push against
the military-backed ruling party.
BRITISH special forces troops are desperately hunting down anti-aircraft missiles in Libya in advance of a massive push against
Summary: The British army is continuing its push against
the Taliban after successfully capturing key territory.
AFTER defeats in their last two away contests, Sporting Fingal will aim to maintain their title push against
Limerick tonight at Jackman Park.
Summary: Sri Lankan civilians fled war zone as military continued to push against
Tamil Tiger rebels.
2 : to charge or push against
<Our boat was bucking the waves.
They find these spaces and the walls they can push against
A SOLDIER killed in Afghanistan had cancelled his leave to help with the latest push against
the Taliban, his fiancee said.
For instance, which forces push against
the athlete and how would he or she adjust the body to balance the forces?
Contested scrums occur when the teams' opposing sets of forwards "bind" together and push against
each other in an attempt to win the ball following a restart.
If you're standing, spread your toes like a cat spreading its paws and push against
your toes to lift up your instep.
Accentuate the backward push against
the ground, and not just a forceful push downward, otherwise you'll bounce up and down rather than propel your body horizontally across the ground.
In water, as you swim, you push against
water and have resistance.