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1 Insert coins into the slot and press for a ticket.
2 They will press for international action to safeguard the ozone layer.
3 The members of the committee agreed to press for the conference to deal with the problem.
4 The government is being widely criticized in the press for failing to limit air pollution.
5 We must continue to press for full equality.
6 Police might now press for changes in the law.
7 He blamed the press for forcing his hand.
8 in the press for his handling of the affair.
9 He was regularly pilloried by the press for his radical ideas.
10 President Clinton has been making a full-court press for Catholic voters.
11 They continued to press for a change in the law.
12 The education secretary was pilloried by the press for his latest proposals.
13 Johnson was vilified in the press for refusing to resign.
14 They gave assurances they would press for reciprocity with Greece in the issuing of visas.
15 The prime minister was crucified in the press for his handling of the affair.
16 She was pilloried in the press for her extravagant parties.
17 See press for details.
18 The minister was slammed by the press for the cuts.
19 The President excoriated the Western press for their biased views.
20 She was vilified by the press for her controversial views.
21 The Prime Minister was savaged by the press for failing to take action quickly enough.
22 The book was sent to the press for review in September.
23 They agreed to press for the conference to deal with the problem.
24 Casa Alianza has continued to press for a retrial.
25 Workers could now press for improvements.
26 He will press for stricter, not more lenient(sentencedict.com),(www.Sentencedict.com) pollution controls.
27 Please watch the local press for details nearer the time.
28 For instance, we could press for an integration of social work values in senior management and social work teaching.
29 The operation has uncovered such backstreet dealing in stolen property that police might now press for changes in the law.
30 The sponsors of the bill made clear their intention to press for a vote on it within the current legislative session.
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