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pushing

[′pu̇sh·iŋ]
(computer science)
The placing of a data element at the top of a stack.
(electricity)
A change in the resonant frequency of a circuit due to changes in the applied voltages.
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This machine was built to deal with the challenge of pushing different pipe materials, of different lengths and diameters in varying job site conditions.
Now, having transformed your pushing style as a result of these steps, try to carry this message to all others afflicted with mongo-ism.
The rate of difficult delivery was reduced with delayed pushing.
She and her colleagues randomly assigned 60 pregnant women at full dilation to start pushing immediately; 54 women were assigned to wait 1 hour before pushing.
However, this difference between the pushing and nonpushing groups did not reach statistical significance.
It happens to be that turning switches and pushing a button fall into that category,'' said Rabbi Aaron Abend of Chabad of North Hollywood Saara Ratner-Stauber Synagogue.
dilated doesn't mean you have to begin pushing with the very next contraction.
Delayed pushing resulted in fewer difficult deliveries as a whole, but the most marked reductions were seen in the number of midvacuum deliveries, he said.
And their bullet-shaped design helps cut down on air resistance, the force of air pushing back against the train.
26 Metrolink tragedy found that pushing a train creates no greater risk of derailment than when cars are pulled by a locomotive, officials said Wednesday.
I strongly feel that society is pushing children to do things that they lack the maturity to handle.
PUSH VOD is a highly efficient alternative to traditional network VOD because it eliminates bandwidth bottlenecks by pushing movies to set-top boxes with hard disks outside of peak traffic times.