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He opened the door with a violent push.
Jan helped me give the car a push.
an unsuccessful push for financial reform
The two sides began a final push to reach an agreement before the deadline.
I knew I could do it – I just needed someone to give me an extra push.
Some people need a little push to make new friends.
The army begin their push on the town at dawn.
She's got the push to get to the top in any business.
It'll be a bit of a push, but we'll manage it.
I can afford to pay fifty pounds at a push.
Six people from head office are getting the push.
I finally gave him the push last night.
If push came to shove, I would be willing to try.
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