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Shove lived in Connecticut until 1947, when she returned to Oregon.
In 1936, Shove Halfpenny won the Wood Lane Stakes at White City, the West Ham Spring Cup and the Daily Mirror Championship, while at Wembley he ran-up to his kennelmate Ataxy in the St Leger.
Perhaps she could also get hold of some of the current EastEnders' scripts and shove them where the sun don't shine?
Although they have been touring and performing in recent years, their new album Push and Shove will be their first studio album since 2002.
WELL, DON'T SHOVE MY A7 CARD WHEN YOU INSTALL IT INTO THE PROCESSOR.
Push Comes to Shove, Tharp's 1992 autobiography, is no longer in print, but you can still find it at a number of "out-of-print" stores online and off or at your local library.
Mecklenburg County commissioner Hoyle Martin set the tone for the politicized debate when he said he'd like to "shove these people off the face of the earth." Martin has since apologized for the remark.
The higher your center of gravity, the more likely a powerful shove can topple you (see Pushy Science, right).
The shove caused Ward's wife to lose her balance and "take a few steps to her left," according to the police report.
EVERTON........1 LYON...............2 EVERTON could face the wrath of UEFA after an Ashley Williams shove sparked a rammy that had even fans joining in.
Next Christmas, why not shove a lamb inside a sow inside a cow, and call it a Three Beast Feast?
Yesterday, Miners' Welfare Club regular Anthony Mark Leech told the jury at Swansea Crown Court how he called an ambulance from his mobile phone after watching Ballantine "shove" Mr Taylor backwards as they shouted at each other.
Although they have been touring and performing in recent years, their new album 'Push and Shove' will be their first studio album since 2002.
It isn't a shove. There is barely enough contact to knock over a flea.
WHEN push comes to shove, RAC man Dave Goodall obviously has no qualms about stripping to his underpants.