push-pull

A marketing concept in which product is 'pushed' by a manufacturer with a special promotion (advertising, merchandising) and 'pulled' out of the store through customers' demand created by the promotion.
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Push-pull

A mode of operation whereby a locomotive-hauled train may be driven with the locomotive at the front, middle or back of the train. Also
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Push-Pull

A train formation where a locomotive at the rear can be controlled by the driver at the front.
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