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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)
References in classic literature ?
It was hard work, although he was so big; but by and by they were drawn out of the current, and then Dorothy took the Tin Woodman's long pole and helped push the raft to the land.
Now Robin Hood and his band might have slain half of the Sheriff's men had they desired to do so, but they let them push out of the press and get them gone, only sending a bunch of arrows after them to hurry them in their flight.
by a British soldier was broken by Captain Arbab of Pak Army by 60 push ups in one minute.
We apologise to the artists who have made a commitment to Push Over and to the music fans who have purchased tickets.
3 : to go or make go ahead <I had to push to finish the swim.
But a federal study shortly after the crash found there is no greater risk of derailment in push mode than when cars are pulled by a locomotive.
How much force does the ground push back on Shaun and his board in kgm/[s.
No matter what it is, when I believe in something and I feel that it needs to be done or it's going to help, I will push for it, and I will push for it unless I absolutely can't get it done.
Tenbusch's T 1500 is built for pushing long lengths of pipe from appropriate pits, while being versatile enough to push shorter lengths from shorter pits.
CEF's executive director serves on the PUSH for Excellence board with Jackson's son, Jonathan.
The use of push-down accounting to push down the debt by changing book entries can also affect taxes based on capital stock.