“Adam's Mega Rave: Good on Castle for pulling off the Castle-Beckett kiss in a way that both satisfied Caskett fans and didn't alienate those who like the push-pull sexual tension.”
“In the push-pull universe of ¬mechanical causation, only that which is present shapes the course of events.”
“McBride sings more of her own songs, plus one by a friend, a lurching rocker about the push-pull between the bottle and the Bible.”
“I think it's going to be push-pull like any mother-daughter relationship," Delany says.”
“Yet the stories also explore the push-pull tension of romantic priority vs. mission priority.”
“The case, which has garnered world-wide attention, represents one of the more stark examples of the complicated push-pull between the NYPD and the city's four shomrim safety patrols.”
“The film explores the charged, push-pull relationship between two girls, 15-year-old Emma (Mathilda Paradeiser) and the slightly older Cassandra (Linda Molin), who meet as members of an equestrian acrobatic team.”
“In case you were wondering, yes, this is a bigger version of the push-pull experience during the toddler years.”
“Remember that there is a push-pull relationship that continues despite the cancer diagnosis.”
“The ancient push-pull dynamic is at work everywhere.”
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One-word oxymorons and dvandva (copulative compound (hot)) words with that contradictory, antonymic tension. Hyphens are fine, and neologisms are great, but I don't want any portmanteau words (I c...
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