- n. Plural form of pressure.
“He adds that billions of people would turn out to mark Jerusalem Day if it were not for what he called the pressures of arrogant world powers and their threats of arrest and suppression.”
“Mohaddessin criticized what he described as pressures imposed on Ashraf residents ever since the transfer of supervision on Ashraf from American forces to the Iraqi military in January.”
“Only, the album never came out, save in a truncated version, with the band splintering due to record-label pressures.”
“Fundamentally we're very bullish on Vietnam, despite the short-term pressures on the economy," said Brett Krause , head of Citigroup in Vietnam.”
“The latter, of course, are more vulnerable to short-term election pressures from the vast array of lobbyists with narrow and often short-term or selfish concerns.”
“These banks are better positioned to withstand margin pressures and bad loans in Spain, however, thanks to their globally diverse businesses in Latin America, the U.S. and elsewhere.”
“I have stripped myself of all the societal pressures from the Muslim community to conform, and I am now finding my Islam, my Surrender.”
“We need more American business leaders who put their country first rather than bend to narrow short-term pressures.”
“The final step is commoditization, margin pressures and, with an ironic twist, eventual demise - all in the name of "good business.”
“To address the short-term pressures, he turned to a quick fix: an investment in high-yielding European sovereign bonds structured as a "repurchase to maturity.”
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