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  • n. Plural form of press.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of press.

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Examples

  • With Kal-El bound for New Krypton, his title presses on with Mon-El and the Guardian sharing the burden of entertaining the readers.

    Comic Book Resources

  • This collection of digital presses is no Google infrastructure.

    HP Forgot to Put the ‘Cloud’ in MagCloud

  • The thing that separates the small presses from the larger ones is marketing capital.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » How to Get a Book Deal While Avoiding the Slush Pile

  • Morning coffee comes in French presses on floral china

    On a Guatemalan Lake, Luxury Meets Tradition

  • One of those small presses is Hungry Tiger Press, publisher of the new edition of John Dough and the Cherub that I've been pushing discussing in a detached, scholarly manner over the past week or so.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • SuperFreakonomics doesn't go on sale until October 20, but the very first copy to have rolled off the presses is up for auction right now at eBay, with the proceeds going to charity.

    Is Cheating Good for Sports? - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Life is an adventure and all of us adventurers — saving that the word presses somewhat harder upon the woman than the man — most things do in fact, whereby she is given greater endurance — leaving to

    Marse Henry : an autobiography,

  • Certain German presses had been very prompt to patch together all sorts of accounts of American defeats, and to present them in the most unpleasant way possible; but while we were seated at table in the evening came a despatch announcing the annihilation of the Spanish fleet in Cuban waters, and this put us all in good humor.

    [Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White

  • Life is an adventure and all of us adventurers -- saving that the word presses somewhat harder upon the woman than the man -- most things do in fact, whereby she is given greater endurance -- leaving to men the duty of caring for the women; and, if need be, looking death squarely and defiantly in the face.

    Marse Henry (Volume 1) An Autobiography

  • Superdry fashion label presses ahead with flotation despite pricing concerns

    WN.com - Business News

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