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(2) The debate in the mainstream press has been a classic example of British hypocrisy.
(3) The press has been blamed for intruding into people's personal lives in an unacceptable way.
(4) The press was accused of being subservient to the government.
(5) They crush the olives with a heavy wooden press.
(6) She had kept all the press cuttings about the murder.
(7) Organizers of the strike are determined to press on.
(8) The press have been very nasty about him.
(9) The story was reported in the press and on television.
(10) A free press is fundamental to democracy.
(11) The minister held a press conference in order to pre-empt criticism in the newspapers.
(12) Insert coins into the slot and press for a ticket.
(13) For two weeks they evaded the press.
(14) He leaked the news to the press.
(15) They will press for international action to safeguard the ozone layer.
(16) The opera had a good press.
(17) Local feeling does not necessarily concur with the press.
(18) We read news in the daily press.
(19) The gutter press has held the royals up to ridicule.
(20) Cambridge University Press arranged a tie-up with the German publisher Klett.
(21) At the concluding press conference[sentence dictionary], both leaders said that the talks had been constructive.
(22) Using the heel of your hand, press the dough firmly into shape.
(23) The seat tilts forward, when you press this lever.
(24) She was besieged by the press and the public.
(25) You must press this button to start the radio.
(26) He believes that the product's poor image is partly the fault of the press.
(27) The Spanish media were still sniping at the British press yesterday.
(28) Think carefully about what you say: your views could be easily misrepresented by the press.
(29) He looked relaxed and determined as he fended off questions from the world's Press.
(30) After the court case Lee was hounded relentlessly by the press.
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