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  • n. Plural form of presser.


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  • Congressional spokespersons should be calling pressers every day and focusing the public's attention on just such things as the Bush Pentagon's treatment of Iraq-war veterans and the sorry concern he has for those that have returned hurt and scarred from his stupid imperialistic venture.

    House Dems Dig In On War Funding: Obey Says No Withdrawal Dates, No Money

  • -- These, so called 'pressers', are small rectangular boards with a handle in the middle.

    Encyclopedia of Needlework

  • "pressers" and machinists, factory-girls of different sorts, hundreds of sallow women, representing the home-workers of Mile End, Bow, and

    Sir George Tressady — Volume II

  • Family Robinson, "because it was provided with everything we needed, an old pair of" pressers, "and squeezed out grape juice and elderberry juice and blackberry juice, while Elizabeth stirred and boiled and put away, for we were New England farmers now, and were going to do all the things, and have preserves and nuts and apples laid away for winter.

    Dwellers in Arcady The Story of an Abandoned Farm

  • After three postgame pressers in the space — and two rounds of cheering from listening fans — the Giants decided to move the sessions to a small cinderblock room in the bowels of the stadium Sunday.

    Rutgers Defender Paralyzed After Hit

  • We're going to bring you all the news from the football world as it happens, thanks to our dishevelled army of hacks attending pressers the length and breadth of the UK, as well as various other information streams to which we have access the news wires, assorted club websites, the local press and whatever male-female tag-team happen to be presenting on Sky Sports News at any given time.

    Football live blog - 30 September

  • I rhink all 3 had interesting pressers with Microsoft's being the one that interested me the most, however they all appealed to their core, with Sony and MS trying to reach out to the other segment.

    No Winners, No Losers

  • Since expectations are supposedly baked into the current stock price at the time of the pressers, an over - or under-performance should be reflected in some way over the next few months 'stock prices.

    No Winners, No Losers

  • Didnt he just have one of these pressers 'last week and itsnt he having another one tomorrow.

    Obama criticizes political motives of health care reform opponents

  • His parents were pressers in a dry-cleaning business, who didn't even have health insurance until one of them began working in a public school cafeteria.

    Mental Health Institutions and Prisons, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty


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