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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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They also found that pushing as soon as the cervix is fully dilated didn't increase the number of C-sections, and the second stage of labor was half an hour shorter for those women.
The researchers also suggest building motor-assisted wheelchairs that could aid the person pushing when the pushing forces get too high.
The company is pushing its way into video to boost Apple Music above other rival streaming services, including Spotify, Tidal and Pandora.
Physiological pushing during second-stage labor decreases the incidence of severe pain, shortens the duration of second stage, and decreases the incidence of abnormal fetal heart rate patterns [6-7].
The defensive man has slowed down his opponent's attack by pushing his head down with his right hand and securing a whizzer (left arm over his opponent's arm and hand on his own leg).
However, once the generator is shut down, pushing the reset button will "clear" the indicator whether the air filter restriction has been corrected or not.
In Pushing Ultimates: Fundamentals Of Authentic Self-Knowledge, Lew Paz draws upon many years of his personal spiritual, philosophical, and metaphysical quest to understand human nature in general, and himself in particular.
Overall, good physical activity should actually give you more energy; chronic exhaustion may be a sign you're pushing too hard, or may signal a deeper health issue.
This mimics a person, who steps by pushing up from the ball of the foot, Ruina says.
The Federal Open Market Committee has been pushing interest rates higher since the Fed funds rate hit a bottom of 1.0 percent at the end of 2003.
The pushing unit dismantles to be assembled in the hole manually.