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  • Only three men in history had ever been able to press it at all.
  • This process required the paper to go to press several hours earlier than usual.
  • This single level inspired the studio to press on with the game.
  • But it was a different question whether to kill them or to press them to leave the country.
  • Sometimes a special ability will allow a player to Press a card.
  • He would continue to press for League reform in the lead up to the war.
  • Mark goes to press conference to talk about his father and his intentions.
  • In the Japanese version one had to press back and down to block low attacks.
  • The Navy had long sought to press Americans into service on its ships.
  • Having the largest surface fleet, the United Kingdom sought to press its advantage.
  • She had said that she did not want to press charges and make the situation worse.
  • However Philip was about seven years old and at the time unable to press a claim.
  • Most of the parents of the girls refused to press charges.
  • The governor may call a special session in order to press for legislation on important issues.
  • He threatens to press charges if she does not leave the house immediately.
  • These games challenge the player to press the right button at the right time.
  • However, Frederick wanted to press his initial success and decided to continue the fight.
  • Years later, he would continue to press for increased legal help for farmworkers.
  • Neither army paused in their advance, both seeking to press home the attack.
  • The public's response was to press for further legislative support.
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