push-in

push′-in`



adj.
(of a crime) accomplished by waiting until a victim has unlocked or opened the door before making a forced entry.
[1975–80]

push-in

Awarded to the opposition when a player hits the ball over the sideline.
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There is no orderly system of doing things, staff that are completely disinterested and who when they do work, are constantly distracted by phones, push-ins, friends.
The material has excellent heat resistance, impact strength, low water absorbance, excellent fluidity, low linear expansion coefficient, strong weld strength and reduced cracking by pin push-ins.