How can one not value the press?
Before we send a press release to our press list and EurekAlert!
Conversely, you can single-press to start a favorite app if you launch Bixby with a double press.
Press, 2006).Ready, Milton.
Press, 2010).Faulkner, D.W.
Press officers may not distribute embargoed materials in the public domain before the embargo date.
Press releases are written by the authors themselves or by their institution’s press officers.
Four-colour printing on a two-colour flatbed press requires that a sheet be passed through the press twice.
As for the press side, Charlotte writes up press releases for each production, including flyers, brochures and web promos.
During the Trump administration, Gidley rose through the ranks of the White House's press team to eventually become principle deputy press secretary.
Now, through his consulting agency Press Management, Press helps a few big-name launches every year negotiate contracts, bring on talent, and structure their organization.
The invention of the printing press itself obviously owed much to the medieval paper press, in turn modeled after the ancient wine-and-olive press of the Mediterranean area.
For brief coverage of the major world news agencies, see Agence France-Presse; Associated Press; Kyōdō tsūshinsha; Press Trust of India; Reuters; TASS; United Press International.
On the press lobbying for self-regulation, Leveson is withering, saying he does not find "the self-interested lobbying of the press to be an appropriate matter for press regulation".
McEnany, formerly the national press secretary for Trump's re-election campaign, replaced Stephanie Grisham, who began working as White House press secretary beginning in July 2019 and ended her tenure in April 2020 without holding a single press briefing.
McEnany, who is currently the national press secretary for Trump's re-election campaign, will replace Stephanie Grisham, who began working as White House press secretary beginning in July 2019 and ended her tenure on April 7 without holding a single press briefing.
This usually works as follows: the press is told, off the record, that the politician might run; the press reports this information; then everyone waits, the press aiming to reflect the sentiment of the people and the people taking their signals from the press.
Hotez has now authored more than 450 original papers and is the author of the acclaimed Forgotten People, Forgotten Diseases (ASM Press), Blue Marble Health (Johns Hopkins University Press), and the recently released Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel’s Autism (Johns Hopkins University Press).
Robert Mahoney, the deputy executive director of the CPJ, said: “The United States has traditionally been a beacon of press freedom and defender of journalists but a barrage of anti-press rhetoric from President Trump undermines the role of the press in a democracy and potentially endangers journalists.
- exert pressure or force to or upon
Example: He pressed down on the boards
- the state of demanding notice or attention
- force or impel in an indicated direction
- the print media responsible for gathering and publishing news in the form of newspapers or magazines
- to be oppressive or burdensome
- a machine used for printing
- place between two surfaces and apply weight or pressure
Example: pressed flowers
- a dense crowd of people
- squeeze or press together
Example: she compressed her lips
- a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes; has a door and rails or hooks for hanging clothes
- clamp to prevent wooden rackets from warping when not in use
- crowd closely
Example: The crowds pressed along the street
- any machine that exerts pressure to form or shape or cut materials or extract liquids or compress solids
- create by pressing
Example: Press little holes into the soft clay
- a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then smoothly lifted overhead
- be urgent
Example: This is a pressing problem
- exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for
- the act of pressing; the exertion of pressure
Example: he gave the button a press
- press from a plastic
Example: press a record
- make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby
- press and smooth with a heated iron
Example: press your shirts
- lift weights
Example: This guy can press 300 pounds
- ask for or request earnestly
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