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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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It seems somewhat wrongheaded, therefore, to suggest that regions pushing ahead with green legislation should intentionally slow their efforts.
Michael Gove has been accused of "shamefully neglecting" the nation's children and pushing ahead with reforms that will "damage" education.
Carol Thomas, of SOG - we're delighted to be pushing ahead Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
The Asia-focused bank has also said it will hire up to 15,000 people in emerging markets by 2014 as it looks to Asias booming financial sector to power future growth, yet is still pushing ahead with the Hong Kong jobs cull.
Astana (Kazakhstan), Dec 21 (ANI): Kazakhstan is pushing ahead with an international plan for it to host a global nuclear fuel bank to allay fears of Iranian raw material enrichment, despite Iran's lukewarm response to the plan when it received the go-ahead from the world's nuclear watchdog at the start of this month.
PORTSMOUTH's new owner Balram Chainrai is pushing ahead with plans to defer the club's windingup hearing despite threats of a legal challenge to his takeover.
It is the time of year you want to be pushing ahead."
"This will allow the EU to fully concentrate on managing a smooth exit from the economic and financial crisis and pushing ahead with the 2020 strategy for greener growth," the EC said.
MANAMA: Bahrain-based Shamil Bank is pushing ahead with aggressive expansion plans for its retail operations, it emerged yesterday.
Shamil Bank, a leading Bahrain-based Islamic commercial and investment bank and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ithmaar Bank, has said it was pushing ahead with aggressive expansion plans for its retail operations.