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First, that as you squeeze the bottle the pressure increases and the volume of trapped air decreases.
Taxes can be raised only on people who have money, you can't squeeze blood from a stone.
And restaurateurs have to think of novel ways to squeeze more money out of their square footage.
Squeeze a lemon over them, using your fingers to coat any exposed parts of the fruit.
However, some private-equity firms are under pressure to squeeze more money out of their investments, and quickly.
Lacking a skeleton and gas bladders, an octopus can pretty much squeeze itself into the smallest of crevices.
Decades of disease and overuse of pesticides have put the squeeze on populations of the domesticated honeybee.
Squeeze it down and pack it in your bag when the sun comes out.
When asked to squeeze a handgrip-a measure of physical endurance-they could hold on longer.
Then came the great fall, probably to squeeze a larger revenue stream from a broader audience.
No matter what emergency therapy the team of doctors tried, nothing could get his heart to squeeze powerfully.
One way to squeeze more power out of sunlight is to ensure that it always hits a solar panel at the ideal angle.
Putting the squeeze on planets outside our solar system target.
The talent agencies in particular are feeling the financial squeeze as jobs diminish along with packaging fees.
More public universities are striving to squeeze into the top tier.
Squeeze the grip and the brakes are actuated according to a radio signal.
Squeeze lime to taste and garnish with coriander leaves.
Have students squeeze their marshmallows and ask them what happens.
The great squeeze cannot go on forever, of course, but it shows no sign of slackening.
Now he need only squeeze fresh oj to achieve an authentic flavor.
Typical ambush predators, they squeeze their bodies into the forest substrate or leaf litter so only their heads protrude.
Holiday travel slows as higher gas prices squeeze consumers.
Wrap hot chestnuts in a kitchen towel and squeeze gently to further loosen shells.
As the squeeze tightens, more retrograde tactics are coming into play.
And if a commuter does squeeze in, the trials continue.
However, they can squeeze through tiny holes as if they were moving from room to room through keyholes.
If you played hooky to head up during daylight, squeeze in a mini adventure before dinner.
Unable to cut costs or squeeze retailers' margins, smaller brewers are struggling.
Meanwhile, increases in the cost of college exceed inflation every year, intensifying the squeeze.
It's packed to the gills every night, so squeeze into a corner and order yourself a half-pint of something cold.
And once that gap starts to narrow, the squeeze is inevitable.
The fluid pushes out against two diaphragms that squeeze blood out of the chambers, through the valves, and into the arteries.
If these pressures mount even faster, health care will squeeze out everything else, especially on the state level.
That's removable, so you can squeeze this inside another box and run a cable to the mains.
Then maybe if decided to, squeeze in a dual between the dinosaurs.
Squeeze the leaves to break them up into little bits, and pull out the little stems.
The more he could find in welfare, the less the squeeze would be for the public services.
Second, more bullets can be fired with one squeeze of the trigger before the gun recoils.
True to their name, boa constrictors squeeze the life out of their prey.
But low natural gas prices, welcome as they may be for consumers, put the gas companies in a squeeze.
See it for yourself, preferably with someone you can squeeze tight.
Cut the sweetness with a generous squeeze of fresh lemon juice, or simmer berries in the syrup.
Put potatoes on a large rimmed baking sheet and squeeze contents of bag over them.
Pour the mixture into a plastic squeeze bottle, such as an old shampoo bottle, and let it stand overnight.
They wash it over and over, then squeeze the pulp in a giant strainer.
Diamond anvil cells squeeze a material to intense pressures, and laser pulses heat it to unimaginable temperatures.
But those low prices have put the squeeze on many natural gas producers.
As the winds squeeze through canyons and valleys they speed up, fanning flames.
Cut tomato crosswise in half and squeeze out seeds and juice, then chop.
Worsening the wage squeeze is a free-trade policy that has lowered tariffs.
Which means they'll not only fit inside a backpack, they might even squeeze inside a jacket or a pair of pants.
Gently squeeze the water out of each tube, then dry and store for next year.
To apply the frosting, squeeze it out of a sealed freezer bag with a whole cut in one corner.
It took forever to squeeze through the door without him.
The players are all amateurs who squeeze their music-making into already crammed lives.
Instead, constrictors wrap their bodies around their prey and squeeze until it stops breathing.
In addition, the stiffened cells can't squeeze through small blood vessels as deftly as normal cells.
Squeeze ur phone as you hold it if u r emotional or have a certain interactive rationale to this input source.
But books on voguish subjects threaten to squeeze more conventional scholarship off publishers' lists.
The machine hopes to trap and squeeze hydrogen isotopes until they fuse together to form helium, releasing energy.
The squeeze comes as a surge in demand for high-tech equipment has sent demand for rare earths soaring.
At full size, all but a few squeeze through holes in the caterpillar's skin and spin a cocoon on a nearby twig or leaf.
Most people only manage to squeeze one or two into a diatribe.
The more you have out there, the more juice you can squeeze.
Mike watched them struggle to squeeze into their brand-new dry suits.
Squeeze out all water by pressing spinach in colander with the back of your hand or wooden spoon.
Working over a small bowl, squeeze gently to extract seeds.
In a squeeze play, a runner charges home from third base as the batter bunts.
Serve hot or cold with a drizzle of olive oil, a sprinkle of chives, and a squeeze of lemon juice.
Serve with tartar sauce on the side to add to taste and lime wedges to squeeze over top.
Lichens and mosses can squeeze into cracks and crevices, where they take root.
Life's too short to make yourself miserable trying to squeeze yourself into something that's not a good fit.
Furthermore, the squeeze is getting tighter every day.
If there's time for a third day, fill up the backpack with the day's necessities and squeeze in some wilderness hiking.
Authors strike deals to squeeze in a few brand names.
Squeeze bread to remove excess milk, then discard milk.
Gather the cheesecloth and squeeze it tight to extract as much water as you can.
In a sign of the times, universities and colleges are trying to squeeze fatter profits from the margins of their operations.
The squeeze on margins has filtered down to lower-quality borrowers.
When you treat personal health as a business, you injure uncountable lives to squeeze out some hypothetical dollars.
In high school he had been an indifferent student, and this time around he wanted to squeeze something from each lesson.
And their soft bodies can squeeze into impossibly small cracks and crevices where predators can't follow.
Without skeletons, they are expert contortionists, and can change shape or squeeze into tight spaces.
In the old days, the goal was to squeeze more megahertz out of the pipeline.
But in the next decade, both subsidies get the squeeze.
Next you pour everything into a strainer and squeeze the rest of the milk from the butter.
The restrictive tactics have enabled publishers to squeeze more dollars from their subscribers.
And squeeze every mpg out of our existing gasoline fueled vehicles.
They squeeze those muscles to wiggle their bodies forward in a series of curves.
If the clips which fit over the pins are too loose, insert a toothpick in each one and squeeze it with pliers to tighten it.
If you squeeze one, you reduce the uncertainty of its position but increase the uncertainty of its momentum.
He began bushwhacking through forest so dense that he sometimes had to remove his backpack to squeeze between the trees.
Squeeze the lemons over the water to extract the juice and then throw the halves into the water.
Drain spinach and squeeze small handfuls to remove as much moisture as possible.
There is no longer an imperative to squeeze the world into small, self-contained boxes.
Somehow, more than a million people squeeze life from this parched land.
Yet some universities are beginning to squeeze costs.
Soak bread in half the milk, squeeze out the excess liquid, and mash with a fork.
Of course the market will spike up because they are, in essence, making a short squeeze.
The idea was to put soldiers in jobs that fit certain traits, and thus squeeze more productivity out of them.
Squeeze handfuls of zucchini wrapped in a kitchen towel to remove moisture.
All of which makes the industry unusually vulnerable to the credit squeeze.
Top your latke with sour cream, and add cilantro, onion and a squeeze of lime.
Cold fusion using fullerene to squeeze heavy hydrogen is one method.
Also a good way to squeeze a tree into a small yard.
Manga tried to squeeze off another round, but the gun jammed.
When the big squeeze comes it will not be a pleasant place to be.
It allows us to squeeze inferential juice from incomplete prior knowledge of the state of nature.
Chipmakers can squeeze tens of billions of transistors onto each wafer.
In the last couple of years, the squeeze has become tighter than ever.
The monster constrictors can also squeeze the life out much larger prey before swallowing it whole.
But at the same time you do not want to squeeze out all that the newcomers hold dear and important.
Putting a figure on the extent and length of investment squeeze depends, sadly, on knowing the extent and depth of the recession.
Squeeze balsamic extraction around pesto sauce poured in center of plate.
He'll squeeze you a faculty smoothie and slip you a side of diploma mill, and do it with a smile.
Instead gravity would squeeze it down much further, perhaps even to a singular point.
Moms across the country are using charity as an excuse to squeeze back into their old prom dresses.
Then, it will squeeze more efficiency out of the gasoline drivetrain.
Properly moistened compost feels moist but water droplets do not squeeze out.
The site has become a popular weekend haunt for day trippers willing to squeeze through fences and scale rickety scaffolds.
She must always, squeeze the bread to make sure it's fresh.
Squeeze off the shutter, smoothly and without jerking.
Fuel price hikes squeeze farmers at local markets.
Squeeze zucchini in batches in a kitchen towel to remove as much liquid as possible.
In return, they would get medical malpractice reform, which would squeeze tort lawyers.
The do-or-die suicide squeeze may be baseball's riskiest play.
If the watercraft is going forward, a squeeze of the brake lever reverses the motor and slows it down.
Squeeze excess broth from the soaked bread and add to the oil and tomatoes.
It helps to use your teaspoon to squeeze the tea-bag between the spoon and the walls of the mug occasionally.
Beta blockers change the nature of the heart beat from one that is a rapid contraction to one that is more of a gentle squeeze.
Sometimes patients who register as unconscious can still squeeze a hand on command.
Gently squeeze it so that the middle bulges slightly.
It's one thing for airport screeners to peek inside your shoes or squeeze your toothpaste tube.
Squeeze bread to remove as much moisture as possible.
There are even drums with flexible flanks that you squeeze under your arm to change their tone.
And constrictors squeeze prey until it stops breathing.
Mandrills are feeling the squeeze of spreading agriculture and human settlement-both are shrinking their rain forest homeland.
Squeeze or push the handle on the pump that is attached to the siphon to start the sucking, or siphoning, of the standing water.
The couple squeeze into the backseat, she carrying a bright blue gym bag, he the dull burden of history.
Unlike a jet, it doesn't squeeze the air with a turbine.
Clouds are the visible result of that squeeze of cooler, moist air.
The economic slowdown has started to squeeze the technology sector.
Lift out porcini and squeeze excess liquid back into bowl.
Video games would seem to be fertile ground to the hungry film executive hunting for the next audience to squeeze.
Companies are seeking outsiders' help to squeeze more out of their equipment.
The more stuff you can squeeze in, the smarter you'll look.
Top with cider then squeeze lime wedge over the top and drop the wedge on in.
Caught in the squeeze are the business owners and public officials who are trying to accommodate everyone.
Companies are still unhelpfully shy of hiring, preferring to squeeze yet more output from fewer people.
Squeeze out any excess water, and wrap the towel around your head.
Squeeze some drops of blood onto the surface of the ballon.
Align them parallel and overlapping, then uniformly squeeze them together.
Its size gives it the clout to squeeze its vendors so it can charge customers less.
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