The PFUJ is of the considered opinion that no JIT has any power to recommend any action against any newspaper the statement said adding that '' we will go to any length to defend the freedom of Press against
They slump in a chair and allow the middle portion of the sacrum and coccyx to press against
He also vowed to defend the Press against
anything that may affect its crucial role.
SWAT/ISLAMABAD, 28 April , 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Taliban have threatened media of dire consequences if any statement or report is published in the press against
1 : to press against
with force so as to drive or move away <He helped push a car out of the snow.
We're always down for one last sweaty summer hurrah at Le Poisson Rouge, especially when we have Bass Ale to press against
our foreheads (and consume
In photo #2, note how the gun is seated in the holster by pressure on the rear surface of the slide with the thumb (which continues to press against
the hammer as well).
Pulled down by Earth's gravity, these molecules press against
your skin with a pressure of 1 atmosphere, or 14.
As the offensive coordinators become more astute in their schematics such as crossing routes, bubble screens, and crafty pre-snap motions, it becomes difficult not to play man press against
The last such period was around 1969-1970, and the frenzy in the liberal press against
the electoral college was almost unbelievable.
The clips will press against
the inside bottom of the cup and keep the string from pulling out.
The emaciated fingers of a one-year-old child press against
the lips of his mother at an emergency feeding clinic in Tahoua, western Niger.
Dogs can lower your blood pressure but it doesn't lower mine to read constant attacks of bad press against
But doctors discovered ink from the midfielder's tattoos had caused an inflamed lymphatic gland and began to press against
They will come when I call, press against
woven wire/even though I call them to the gleaming hook.