press

newspaper writers and photographersthe state of urgently demanding notice or attentionprinted matter in the form of newspapers or magazinesa machine used for printinga dense crowd of peoplea tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes; has a door and rails or hooks for hanging clothesclamp to prevent wooden rackets from warping when not in use

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A printing machine.
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• (v. i.) To exert pressure; to bear heavily; to push, crowd, or urge with steady force. • (v.) To exercise very powerful or irresistible influence upon or over; to constrain; to force; to compel. • (n.) Specifically, a printing press. • (n.) The art or business of printing and publishing; hence, printed publications, taken coll...
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(from the article `basketball`) A great many variations and combinations have been devised to employ the several aspects of both man-to-man and zone defensive strategies. The press, ...
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(from the article `machine tool`) This large class of machines includes equipment used for forming metal parts by applying the following processes: shearing, blanking, forming, ... ...is applicable only to raised impressions produced by means of engraved dies or plates. Crests, monograms, and addresses may be embossed on paper ... In...
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(from the article `wardrobe`) ...in medieval England, for instance, the king`s wardrobe was the centre of a good deal of administrative machinery. The actual piece of furniture in ...
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(from the article `weight lifting`) ...extended, and the barbell in control overhead. The lifter must either hold the weight overhead for two seconds or wait for the referee`s signal ...
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(v) to extract fruit juice from pulp by subjecting it to pressure and squeezing the juice out, leaving the solid matter behind
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1. To exert pressure; to bear heavily; to push, crowd, or urge with steady force. ... 2. To move on with urging and crowding; to make one's way with violence or effort; to bear onward forcibly; to crowd; to throng; to encroach. 'They pressed upon him for to touch him.' (Mark III. 10) ... 3. To urge with vehemence or importunity; to exert a strong o...
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noun a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then smoothly lifted overhead
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public press noun the gathering and publishing of news in the form of newspapers or magazines
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[newspaper] Press was a daily middle-market tabloid newspaper published in Belgrade between 2005 and 2012. Launched by a group of journalists who left Kurir and published by their newly established company called Press Publishing Group, Press quickly developed sizable readership, reaching high circulation in the process. In time, the compan...
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Press intransitive verb 1. To exert pressure; to bear heavily; to push, crowd, or urge with steady force. 2. To move on with urging and crowding; to make one's way with violence or effort; to bear onward forcibly; to crowd; to throng; to encroach. « They pressed upon him f...
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/P/156

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Press noun (Zoology) An East Indian insectivore ( Tupaia ferruginea ). It is arboreal in its habits, and has a bushy tail. The fur is soft, and varies from rusty red to maroon and to brownish black.
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Press transitive verb [ Corrupt. from prest ready money advanced, a loan; hence, earnest money given soldiers on entering service. See Prest , noun ] To force into service, particularly into naval service; to impress. « To peaceful peasant to the wars is p...
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A machine for creating coinage or currency.
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A press might be anything from complicated boards, battens, and G-clamp assembly to a board and a pile of bricks. Always bear in mind when you are sandwiching the workpiece prior to clamping, that the glue will ooze and spread. Therefore, only allow plastic sheet to come into contact with the workpiece.
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a pressed terrine.
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press

A printing machine.
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A refill on change, typically a bag containing $100.00-$500.00 in quarters to be exchanged for paper money with customers for games like Skee Ball or Skill Dozers.
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A wager on top of, or augmenting, an already existing wager, implemented at some point after the ori
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also Pressure. An attempt to push the opponent's blade aside or out of line from engaged blades. A press can precede a direct or indirect attack, depending on the opponent's reaction, but should be followed by an immediate threat (a full or partial extension). A press which is not followed by a threat may invite a disengage from the opponent, and a...
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an attempt to push the opponent's blade aside or out of line; depending on the opponent's response, the press is followed by a direct or indirect attack
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Designation (also Keltern) both for the process of pressing the grapes, as well as for the necessary mechanical equipment. Presses were already in the early antiquity which is proven by finds of several thousand years old artifacts in many old winegrowing areas. Among other things, the Roman writer reports Cato the Elder (234-149 BC) about it in hi...
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Directive / informative call to continue the attack. Normally given by supporting fighter in response to engaged fighter's statement of intentions and means he is in a position to attack should the engaged fighter's position deteriorate.
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