Some articles on pushing:
... Four pushing men ("spingitori") and a pilot driving the car take part in both competitions ... The pushing men take turns in pushing the car and the car becomes the witness of this very original relay race ... The competition rules allow only one pushing man at a time and on downhill roads ("la bassa"), where the car runs faster than its pusher, the pusher gets in the car behind the driver ...
... naxte 'he kicked it' naksedi 'he broke (a stick) with his foot' pa- 'by pushing' paya 'she was plowing' pawehi 'he knocked them' pu2 'pushing or punching' pucpi 'he ...
... Pushing on a string is a figure of speech for influence that is more effective in moving things in one direction than another – you can pull, but not push ... it toward you by pulling on the string, but you can't move it away from you by pushing on the string ...
... The player has to make matches to spawn green pushing scarabs that will help in pushing the treasure to his side (green tent) ... The enemy on the other hand, will also attempt to make matches to spawn red pushing scarabs that will help in pushing the treasure to his side (red pyramid) ... When there are more pushing scarabs, the pushing power increases ...
... In one sense, it is simply pushing the ball with the mallet instead of tapping ... In modern Association Croquet, pushing the ball would generally constitute a fault under rule 28.a.4, which makes it a fault if the striker "moves the striker's ball other than by striking it with the mallet ...
More definitions of "pushing":
- (noun): The act of applying force in order to move something away.
Example: "The pushing is good exercise"
Famous quotes containing the word pushing:
“Would I if I could by pushing a button would I kill five
thousand Chinamen if I could save my brother from
anything. Well I was very fond of my brother and I
could completely imagine his suffering and I replied
that five thousand Chinamen was something I could not
imagine and so it was not interesting. One has to
remember that about imagination, that is when the
world gets dull when everybody does not know what
they can or what they cannot really imagine.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)
“I remember once dreaming of pushing a canoe up the rivers of Maine, and that, when I had got so high that the channels were dry, I kept on through the ravines and gorges, nearly as well as before, by pushing a little harder, and now it seemed to me that my dream was partially realized.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“I was only sitting here in my white study
with the awful black words pushing me around.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)