• President Obama, at his first major press conference, called on a reporter for a Web-only operation, the Huffington Post.

    VOA: special.2009.03.21

  • And he had a press conference, spoke about the increased use of cars, and the decreased amount of carpooling.


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  • quite a lot of people who are in the media, press, television people.


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  • Historians say the yellow press was so powerful it helped push the United States into war with Spain in eighteen ninety-eight.

    VOA: special.2009.08.28

  • This was an act of compulsion, and the poet had to be forced to press this lyric out of himself.


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  • To perform the compressions, place one hand over the other and press firmly on the center of the victim's chest.

    VOA: special.2009.08.11

  • So, he went to this community college and got one of their library computers and he issued the press release there.


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  • That is the amount of time it took Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal to capture a historic image on film.

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  • And, you've undoubtedly heard a lot in the public press, and even in the political dialogue such as it is these days that hydrogen might be on environmentally friendly fuel.


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  • Within minutes he sent the picture of the six men raising the flag to the Associated Press headquarters in New York.

    VOA: special.2010.05.31

  • and your only job during this tasks is to press the button when that target comes on before it leaves the screen.


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  • The publisher thought the press had a duty to place itself into stories to right wrongs where it could.

    VOA: special.2009.08.28

  • Alright, so he has used her body to press back her waters And that's what the ceiling is, the firmament, a firm sheet or structure that's holding back waters.


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  • But they were afraid of what would happen if news of the operation were leaked to the press.

    VOA: special.2010.06.17

  • You wouldn't believe it reading the Popular Press but it's really true, it's really true.


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  • But the researchers say there are many problems in the way the press has reported on their paper.

    VOA: special.2010.02.03

  • Philip Morris was pilloried in the press and they issued an apology for this heartless calculation.


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  • This week,U.N.Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon sent his top aide to press for an end to the Sri Lankan conflict.

    VOA: special.2009.05.16

  • To start over, Press 0. What is your origin?


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  • "So when foreign companies start negotiating with local Chinese suppliers, they really press hard on the prices offered by those Chinese suppliers."

    VOA: special.2010.06.18

  • The whole thing--the presentation in the press is is absolutely hypocritical and just bizarre.


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  • President Raul Castro said Cuba is willing to discuss "everything" with the United States, including human rights, press freedoms and political prisoners.

    VOA: special.2009.04.18

  • And of the three, whom dose the press still listen to ?


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  • Last month,the Hollywood Foreign Press Association nominated "Glee" for four Golden Globe Awards, including Best Comedy Series.

    VOA: special.2010.01.08

  • Press your lips together with the corners straight or down.


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  • Remove dirt from the wound and press on it with a clean cloth or piece of clothing.

    VOA: special.2009.08.11

  • Okay, so with your little clicker you can press one, two, three, or four depending on which one of these you believe is the case and let's see if the--if it registers.

    拿着表决器的人可以,根据你认为的答案 在一到四中任一项,然后看看它是否注册了

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  • When the Senate uncovered Secretary Fall's wrong-doing, the press quickly called the incident the Teapot Dome scandal.

    VOA: special.2010.12.16

  • Article in the September 29, 2008, of Washington Post said that and I quote, Joshua may be one of the most discreet White House Chief of Staff ever, seldom talking on the record to the press or appearing before outside audiences.


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  • Press one more time - Press one more time Ok.So we don't have--we don't All right. We are going to just leave these up.


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