Definitions

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  • adjective computing Describing a stack in which items are removed in a LIFO manner from the end they were added

Etymologies

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By analogy with a spring-loaded stack of plates in a cafeteria.

Examples

  • The second reason why I was dissatisfied with the parentical analysis is that it does not seem to apply to many of these so-called pushdown clauses.

    On who(m)ever

  • For example, following a recent Air France 'pushdown' ad on nytimes. com, we saw that their ad's impact on key consumer behaviors increased steadily as weeks passed.

    Compete Blog

  • I feel like this deserves special attention because of how often I am helping someone troubleshoot a problem they are having with "pushdown".

    How Now Brownpau

  • Called "Ad Stamp," the product includes a 970x418 "pushdown" that drops down from the top of the page and then collapses to a 970x66 banner, a 300x600 tower along the side of the page and a 600x250 unit at the bottom of the page, called "The Conversationalist."

    ClickZ News

  • I feel like this deserves special attention because of how often I am helping someone troubleshoot a problem they are having with "pushdown".

    How Now Brownpau

  • Plus: The pushdown knob is so effortless, it's almost surprising to open the lid and see that the water's gone.

    WSJ Test Kitchen: Salad Spinners

  • We don't need any more repeats of the pension pushdown.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Everybody knows the kick and the pushdown from the Motown reunion show.

    CNN Transcript Jun 28, 2009

  • Everybody knows the kick and the pushdown from the Motown reunion show.

    CNN Transcript Jun 26, 2009

  • We don't need any more repeats of the pension pushdown.

    Plainfield to Trenton: Listen Up!

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