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“This is what they call the full-court press, the card read.”
“The Giants and Steelers say they're interested enough in Plaxico Burress to talk to him, but nobody's making what you would call a full-court press for the ex-Giant and Steeler.”
“The school board and the principal were sued, so automatically it goes to their attorneys, who go into the usual full-court press legal defense mode.”
“Moments later, when Pierce was ejected after a second technical, James stole the ball from Rondo and threw a full-court touchdown lob to Wade.”
“Nobody really wants to watch or participate in a dull and grueling game of full-court press, do they?”
“When the Jayhawks finally exerted their athletic advantage by pressing full-court, it was too late.”
“I hope Obama maintains this full-court press until there is real health-care reform.”
“The Left had tasted blood, and now were giving this race the full-court press.”
“So he trained his players to run the equivalent of a full-court press for 90 minutes, and to attack the goal with little regard for the technical traditions of the game.”
“Dorrance knew his team couldn't match the ball movement of Sweden and Norway, so he trained his players to run the equivalent of a full-court press for 90 minutes, and to attack the goal with little regard for the technical traditions of the game.”
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