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push someone or something (away) (from someone or something)

to move or force someone or something away from someone or something. The police pushed the crowd away from the movie star. They pushed away the hecklers from the stage.

push

(oneself) away (from something) to move oneself back and away from something. The skater pushed herself away from the wall. Tom pushed himself away from the table when he had eaten enough.

push

(oneself) by (someone or something) to shove or thrust oneself past someone or something. In a hurry, I pushed myself by the security guard, and almost got arrested for doing so. I pushed by Jane and went in first.

push

1. tv. to approach a particular age (in years). He’s only pushing thirty, but he looks much older.
2. in. to recruit new drug users and sell drugs to them; to deal in drugs. He was pushing for two years before the cops got him.
3. tv. to hype something or someone; to pressure something or someone. The clerk was pushing one brand so hard that I finally bought it.
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Whether it's push or pull or a combination of both, your focus is still going to be on content development"
Over the years, PUSH effectively has used economic boycotts, research, education and negotiation to challenge corporations to continue to open up opportunities for Black Americans.
Conversely, just because relatively weaker arms and shoulders prevent you from doing too many push ups, doesn't necessarily mean that you are in bad cardiovascular shape.
As prophets, we too must not be pushed by fear nor favor.
One of the major advantages of Push Ads is user experience.
Push notifications are sent to app users when an app is running in the background and not in use, making it easy for developers to target users at critical moments when there has been a lapse in engagement.
The FCA sees this as a key initiative in tackling push payment fraud.
They are pushed together by forces external to the two mass to give the illusion of gravity, being 'attracted' to each other.
Caregivers can judge only whether they can push a patient based on how their back feels and, with rising obesity, patients are getting heavier and harder to push.
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In recent years, the research on personalized agricultural information push service has made some progress in our country.
and reflecting that in how you communicate with me by push notifications."
The danger of push notifications is that they could annoy consumers, either with their frequency or irrelevant content.
Whether you're completely new to the sport or looking to get back on the water after a break, Birmingham clubs, including Bartley SC, Midland SC and Earlswood Lakes SC in Solihull, will be among hundreds of sailing clubs and centres nationwide welcoming all-comers as part of RYA Push the Boat Out on May 17-18.
In the maximum Push ups on one hand with 40 pounds back pack in one minute event.