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push

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

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]

push

(poosh) [ME. pushen]
1. To inject rapidly.
2. A substance that is rapidly injected.
3. A bolus.

Patient discussion about push

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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I suspect he will be pushing at an open door as Mercy observed: "You have to grasp what you can and I might not be here next year.
The backing came as a survey of Conservative constituency chairmen suggested Mr Howard is pushing at an open door with plans to restore to party MPs the final say in choosing their leader.
Nowadays the academy is pushing at an open door - as academics are wont to do.
But he may be pushing at an open door, as Labour argues that young people today are already aware of how the job market works and understand that their best bet is to learn skills which are directly related to life in the workplace.
Dr Knapman will be widely seen as pushing at an open door on the issue of the burden of unnecessary and often confusing police guidelines.
But ministers might well find they were pushing at an open door.
Speaking to the Chronicle about the plans, he said: "To be honest, we were pushing at an open door when we first mentioned the plans.
In our new report Pushing at an open door - how the present UK controls on rabies are failing - we call for border controls to be regulated by the Government and not left, as it is currently, to the responsibility of ferry companies.
Politically, he is pushing at an open door since we know that in a private cabinet briefing Finance Secretary John Swinney himself warned of the need for cuts in public services after separation.
We're pushing at an open door here in that the vast majority of the public are opposed to the kind of cruelty committed by P&G.