pression

pression

(ˈprɛʃən)
n
1. an act of pressing
2. a kind of massage using various muscle-compressing techniques
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He laid himself down and put his mouth close to this de- pression and called --
(still to the commoner, always to the commoner) pa- tience, meanness of spirit, non-resistance under op- pression; and she introduced heritable ranks and aristocracies, and taught all the Christian populations of the earth to bow down to them and worship them.
From behind that structure came out an im- pression of pale plumpness in a frock-coat.
It was a bad winter; and, of course, these mountain- eers do get fits of home sickness; and a state of de- pression would make him vulnerable.
All day long, at sea or in harbour, he could be seen walking hastily up and down the after- deck, wearing an intense, spiritually rapt ex- pression, which was caused by a perpetual con- sciousness of unpleasant physical sensations in his internal economy.
Then his eyes wavered, all his ex- pression changed, and in a voice unusually gentle, al- most coaxingly:
All at once over that man's face there came an ex- pression of horror and incredulity, as though he had seen a crack open out in the firmament.
Les vehicules alimentes au GNV sont equipes de deux (Mii Ecofuel) ou trois reservoirs de gaz (Ibiza, Arona et Leon TGI), d'une trappe de reservoir situee derriere celle du reservoir d'essence, de capteurs de pression de gaz, et d'un regulateur de pression electronique a deux etages qui controle efficacement la distribution du GNV au moteur.
Erdogan un levier de pression sur un MBS affaibli et pourrait meme conduire a l'eviction du prince heritier par la famille royale, meme si ce scenario parait peu probable.
Hatem Zra, analyste et expert financier, a declare mercredi a Express Fm, que la Banque centrale de Tunisie (BCT) compte publier une circulaire visant a reduire la pression sur le dinar et ajuster le marche des changes.
Always ask for a pump beer (pression) rather than a bottled beer.