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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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In order to simplify the analysis the data was grouped: the first three (swim in, swim out and turn) characteristics are referred as temporal characteristics of the flip turn, other five (rotation, contact, stabilization, push off and gliding) are referred as temporal characteristics of flip turn phases and the last ones (tuck index and feet depth) are referred as kinematic characteristics of flip turn.
I thought the adrenalin would get me through, but I couldn't push off my right foot.
A microcontroller determines when the foot is ready to push off, actuating the release of the stored energy from the heel spring to a spring in the so[re of the foot.
Because they run so fast they create a bubble as their feet hit the water and then they push off from this bubble before it bursts," said Simon Blakeney, a producer on the Life series who helped direct and film the footage of both reptiles.
Within the space of a few seconds the swimmer must (apart from swimming-in and swimming-out from the wall) make a rotation around the transverse axis, push off the wall and turn the body around the longitudinal axis during the impulse and first meters of the gliding phase.
On a ball in the dirt to your throwing arm side, push off your left foot and drive the right knee and shoulder around the ball, with the shoulders slightly off-centered to the pitching rubber.
Solution: Push off with your arms and legs fully extended, keeping your arms next to your ears.
Over-pronators push off to the inside of the big toe; under-pronators push off to the outside of it; people without gait problems push off through the big toe.
DJ Sonique was heard telling a pal that Rebecca, 28, should "just go home" while Christine Hamilton fumed: "She tried to plonk herself between me and Neil but I told her to push off.
This lets a racer push off with the toes "so you can use more of your calf and other leg muscles to power your stride," says Jos de Koning, speed skate designer and biomechanics expert at Amsterdam's Vrije University.