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So, when you're pushing them in a positive way and making them be a better person, then you are helping them in a lot of ways.
Tenbusch's T 1500 is built for pushing long lengths of pipe from appropriate pits, while being versatile enough to push shorter lengths from shorter pits.
At this point, it's important that each member write a short letter or compose a brief monologue detailing the concerns they have about the mongo and his self-destructive pushing behavior.
One group of women--the delayed pushing group--were advised to wait two or more hours after full dilatation before beginning pushing.
In fact, postponing pushing may even exacerbate anal sphincter damage by significantly prolonging the duration of labor, said Dr.
In a study, she and her colleagues randomly assigned 60 pregnant women at full dilation to begin pushing immediately, while 54 women were assigned to wait 1 hour before pushing.
Customers can send their own contact information or the contact information of anyone in their address book - including email address, fax number, pager number and more - simply by selecting the desired contact from their address book and pushing the Direct Connect button.
When they come to intersections with traffic signals, they're prohibited from pushing the button to trigger the light to green so they can cross the street.
Then I explain what I believe to be the process of pushing their babies out.
Fraser reported results of the multicenter PEOPLE study (Pushing Early or Pushing Late With Epidural) at the annual meeting of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada.
It's like an ocean wave pushing a surfer," Harding says.
Push-to-Talk, a communications concept that was popularized by Nextel and Motorola, is an increasingly popular and requested service that allows users to communicate with one another and in groups, by simply pushing a button.