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push

Drug slang verb A street term, to sell drugs Nursing See IV push.
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push

(push)
1. To apply a force that tends to move an object away from the source of the force.
2. The power or act of applying such a force.
[M.E. pusshen, fr. L. pulso, to push]
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push

(poosh) [ME. pushen]
1. To inject rapidly.
2. A substance that is rapidly injected.
3. A bolus.
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Q. part of my daily rutin is that every morning i exercise for about an hour by jogging and push ups and other things ... is it enough to keep my health straight and level ?and also , is it enough for fitness ambition ? do i need to envolve other things with my work out ???

A. a proper diet,like watching what u eat,drink alot of water,eat more fruits,watch your carbs and calories

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An overpronator pushes off almost entirely from the inside of his/her foot, i.e., from the big and second toes.
Then walks swiftly back to the foredeck, steps over the rail, and hangs on in a crouch, looking down between his legs at the rope emerging from the mooring pipe and the black water underneath and in one motion pushes off and grabs the rope to his chest as he falls and wraps his legs around it, finding a center of balance after a few scary lurches." He loves the feeling of freedom away from the ship at first but later comes upon some warehouses where he is able to steal food to bring back to the ship, frozen shrimp, blueberries, a side of beef.