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What we have just witnessed on the floor is a cynical decision by Senate Democrats to shove aside millions of Americans for the sake of irresponsible political games," McConnell said on the Senate floor after the vote.
For instance, this proverb could describe a crowd of people who have assembled at a wedding reception yet who beat and shove aside the bridegroom's children to make room for themselves.
I just had to temporarily shove aside my notions of vanity, stop worrying about how other people might react, and try to put on a brave face and go about my usual business.
We have a great offer on the table, which you cannot just shove aside.
Rather than dropping names and nominating films to draw an audience, which is an effective approach to marketing celebrities, a critic would do best to shove aside personal preferences.
More importantly, he will shove aside Roger Federer and grab third spot in the rankings.
VMware could also shove aside Sun Microsystems, Java's creator, and its new owner, Oracle, and take on the role of helping enterprises modernise their legacy Java apps, said Michael Cote, an analyst with Redmonk.
Lionel may yet take something away from this encounter, but Higgins -- playing a version of the playwright -- presents a man who needs to shove aside his demoralization long enough to start anew.
A skilled political insider, Zeng rose to power as an aide to Hu's predecessor, Jiang Zemin, helping him shove aside rivals.
Two excavators were also helping shove aside earth in Sijeruk.
Wade through the spilled guts, shove aside the cracked skull and exploding sheep in 1987's "Bad Taste," and you're bound to see the flair of its 26-year-old director, Peter Jackson.
My job relies on how I look and I've had to shove aside casting shoots because I look so awful," she went on.