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pushy

mod. very aggressive in dealing with other people. Stop being so pushy! Who do you think you are?
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After the Damen Pushy Cat, more Damen vessels followed based on our positive experience.
On her support of sons Andy, 27, and Jamie, 28, Judy said: "I've never been a pushy mum.
Pushy she may be, but certainly not jealous, as Assi's music videos are never short of hot women
She tells the January Pushy issue of the magazine for upper-crust people: "Then they would be next door to each other.
The experiments showed that pushy parents seem to share a common trait and they view their children as part of themselves.
Pushy Sanghera, who has run Craft Culture for the last four years, said: "We like to do awareness days of different cultures.
On the other side of the coin, 64 per cent of parents admitted they will deliberately avoid contact with pushy parents and even try to stop their children from spending time together.
Many Indian parents are pushy, result- oriented and focused on academic performance like the Chinese.
Because the pushy mother has driven the central character to her success and the film explores the consequent damage done.
A PUSHY mum is spending pounds 14,000 a year in an attempt to make her teenage daughter a famous pop star.
Talking of pushy parents, you could say the Smiths fall under this category.
PUSHY parents help their children do better at school, research suggests.
The main advice to women is to keep with friends, pre-book taxis and only get into properly licensed cabs, keep an eye on drinks to stop them being spiked, stay sober enough to remain in control by alternating alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and to stay confident and assertive with pushy men.
Education minister, Andrew Adonis' remarks about pushy parents are timely.