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push

[pu̇sh]
(computer science)
To add an item to a stack.

push

(programming)
To put something onto a stack or pdl.

Opposite: "pop".

push

(communications)
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Until now, she has relied on a zimmer-frame style stroller to get around ( but that meant she had to use her arms to drag herself forward and couldn't do everyday things like taking her dolls out in their push-chair.
When I travel by public transport I fold my push-chair and take up as little room as possible.
Joan Gillespie, 36, got Steven's push-chair out of the path of the car of drink driver Richard Muldoon.
The other incidents included throwing the baby on a bed,letting her fall on to a push-chair,dropping her on to the floor and shouting abuse at her.
50am: A boy, aged 11, is stopped with his father pushing a baby in a push-chair, his mother and an elderly couple.
Another focus of the investigation has been the push-chair in which the baby was abandoned, with police attempting to track down where it had come from and who had bought it.
I challenge all of those in office in the council, including the top officers such as Mr Byron Davies and Ms Kate Berry, to forgo all private motor transport next month - no cars, lifts and taxis - and see for themselves how difficult it really is to get around Cardiff if you have luggage, a push-chair, shopping, or mobility or health problems, and talk to their fellow travellers with an open mind, not some marketing-designed questionnaire.
A Fire Brigade spokesman said: " Apparently the mother saw the accident was going to happen and snatched the baby out of the push-chair, which ended up underneath the van.
They're just moaning because "back in their day" they couldn't get a push-chair on the back of a horse and cart
Faulder claimed he had accidentally dropped the baby while trying to put him in his push-chair, but a jury at Teesside Crown Court concluded he had deliberately shaken him.
After the raid a 34-year-old shopper from Holbrooks, who was out with a young child in a push-chair, said: "It is frightening to think I could have been in the middle of it.
We were supposed to have put it in the push-chair of my younger daughter, Francesca.