short press

short press

The normal press of a button. For details, see long press.
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They announced their engagement in a short press release put out by Clarence House in November 2010, and the couple also did a short press conference where Kate showed off her sapphire and diamond ring that used to belong to Wills' mother Princess Diana.
Asked for his assessment of Everton's performance, he replied: "I think we can do a really short press conference.
French and Egyptian military officials held a short press conference on Friday morning before the commencement of the flag-raising ceremony.
The second practice session at a sun-drenched Monza was briefly interrupted by a short press conference in which chief executive Bernie Ecclestone - flanked by FIA president Jean Todt - announced that he is poised to pen a new three-year deal with the Italian circuit.
The second practice session at a sun-drenched Monza was briefly interrupted by a short press conference in which Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One's chief executive, announced he is poised to pen a new three-year deal with the historic Italian circuit.
The BCCI in a short press release stated that both coaches have been appointed after consulting Kumble.
The Foreign Ministry''''s Spokesperson Sawsan Shibli said in a short press conference that the German authorities were working intensively to know the circumstances of Anja Niedringhaus'''' death.
Possible causes Include: pre-cure, low pressure, short press time.
In a short press release, M&C stressed there is no certainty that a deal on the matter will be signed.
When the device' display is off while the music player is running, a short press to the left of the device will play the previous track while a short press to the right will play the next track.
In what was probably the most short-lived victory celebration in Cyprus history, president-elect Nicos Anastassiades wrapped up a six month long campaign with two speeches and a short press briefing on Sunday night, ready to start work on a multi-billion euro bailout from Eurozone partners and the IMF.