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Related to pushed off: run by, defer to, give rise, pick up on, in its entirety, interfere with, fall foul of

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 ?
Meantime, looking like the conventional conception of a fashionable reveller, with his opera-hat pushed off his forehead, Captain Blunt was having some slight difficulty with his latch-key; for the house before which we had stopped was not one of those many-storied houses that made up the greater part of the street.
Stour had dominated scrums all match yet against a tiring pack a man down found themselves pushed off their own ball and the chance, and the match, had gone.
CHELSEA fans chanted "John Terry is a racist and that's the way we like it" the night a black man was pushed off a busy Paris Metro train, a court heard yesterday.
Summary: Shocking amateur footage has emerged from the riots in Croydon showing a man being pushed off his bike as he tries to escape the violence.
Has someone in Bahrain's weather department, pushed off early, and then thinking we may not notice, decided to take the whole week off?
A SUICIDAL man was pushed off a bridge by a stranger for "selfishly" holding up traffic for five hours.
Former soldier Stan Dixon, 60, sustained a serious head injury after he was pushed off the bus and landed on a pavement at Horden, near Peterlee, County Durham.
He was pushed off his bike, suffering minor injuries.
Those scratchy video images of desperate people climbing embassy walls and helicopters pushed off aircraft carrier decks and the world's greatest military power reduced to a frantic mob in full retreat replay before the mind's eye.
VAN NUYS -- Worried it would endanger their efforts to win an extra term in office this November, the City Council on Friday pushed off until March a colleague's efforts to reform the Los Angeles school board.
A 14-year-old boy was pushed off his bike and robbed of his mobile phone.
We are continually being pushed off the map as proved by the recent BBC weather fiasco.