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  • He also founded a printing press, which was the second national press in the country.
  • But in fact, only the Soviet press used this name.
  • People were standing in them pressed close to each other.
  • It also sold its printing press division to an internal management team.
  • This was well documented in the press but remains little known to the general public.
  • The second pressing seems to be the most common one available on the secondary market.
  • During that period, anti-air defense proved to be the most pressing problem.
  • His death was widely reported in the press.
  • He was only able to save three copies of it because the record company would not allow its press release.
  • However they did not press this advantage as civil war broke out in the Christian territories.
  • Meanwhile, the French in other parts of the field had pressed their attacks home.
  • For many works prior to the printing press, the name of the author has been entirely lost.
  • Pressed and released within days of the recording session, the record was a success.
  • The feet are pressed together to avoid loss of water-pressure.
  • The state controlled all the press, no freedom was allowed for independent journalists.
  • A large number of other titles has been published in association with trade and university presses.
  • Ghana is one of only five countries in Africa with a free press.
  • It has been called the biggest change in the way we learn since the printing press.
  • The program features the team's post game press conference, interviews, and game analysis.
  • The program features the team's post-game press conference, interviews, and game analysis.
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Meaning of press

  • noun The print media responsible for gathering and publishing news in the form of newspapers or magazines
  • noun A machine used for printing
  • noun Clamp to prevent wooden rackets from warping when not in use
  • noun Any machine that exerts pressure to form or shape or cut materials or extract liquids or compress solids
  • noun A weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then smoothly lifted overhead
  • noun The act of pressing; the exertion of pressure
    he gave the button a press, he used pressure to stop the bleeding, at the pressing of a button
  • verb Exert pressure or force to or upon
    He pressed down on the boards, press your thumb on this spot
  • verb Place between two surfaces and apply weight or pressure
    pressed flowers
  • verb Crowd closely
    The crowds pressed along the street
  • verb Create by pressing
    Press little holes into the soft clay
  • verb Be urgent
    This is a pressing problem
  • verb Press from a plastic
    press a record
  • verb Make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby
    `Now push hard,' said the doctor to the woman