- v. Simple past tense and past participle of push.
“Unfortunately, the label pushed it back and made the mistake of making "Number One" the next single and added some questionable elements to the video that alienated some potential buyers close ya shirts, niggas!”
“The drive for the title pushed him after Santa Clara, led by Steve Nash, knocked his number 2 seeded squad out in the first round of the 1992 tournament.”
“Some Turks were jubilant that President Obama avoided the term pushed by diaspora Armenians and their congressional allies.”
“Frances Yip's concert in Singapore last year showed that she still has a fair following over here, which is probably why her label pushed out this reissue.”
“Whether it was from various bands searching for votes to get a contract or an on-campus concert, the label pushed itself and got its name out to the Carolina community this year.”
“Former Sen. Phil Gramm pushed to pass the repeal of G-S and Robert Rubin pushed Bill Clinton to sign it, and then Rubin went to work for Citibank, the bank that had the most to gain from its repeal.”
“Pearlstein pushed back the conventional wisdom and pointed out that the best way to get deficits under control is to slow down “the key driver of those long-term deficits,” skyrocketing health care costs.”
“It's not a lock, but the narrative being pushed is that it's time for a woman to win this award.”
“Looks like retirement is gettin 'pushed back a little farther.”
“Even though the term sounds nice, I have to make a small comment that perestroika was pushed from a position of power, while the alternative Cuban blogosphere did not ask permission from anyone to exist.”
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