Shove this in Box 4-11-44!
"The Stars & Stripes, Vol 1, No 1, February 8, 1918" by American Expeditionary Forces
Shoving back his chair, he paced the floor in a fidgety manner and, at length, opened the door of Jack's room.
"Blackbeard: Buccaneer" by Ralph D. Paine
The skipper shoved the schooner off from the wharf, and told Dick to hoist the jib.
"All Adrift" by Oliver Optic
He followed me, shoving and cursing his way among them, swinging his axe.
"The Escape of a Princess Pat" by George Pearson
We did not hesitate, but shoved our way forward, elbowing them away roughly.
"The Fire People" by Ray Cummings
Alex joined him, and gazing over their shoulder, watching, they braced themselves for the shove.
"The Young Railroaders" by Francis Lovell Coombs
Can ee see any o' the other boats shoving down?
"A Poor Man's House" by Stephen Sydney Reynolds
There were Si Peters, Wash Crosby, and four others in the act of shoving Harry's craft into the water.
"The Young Oarsmen of Lakeview" by Ralph Bonehill
We'll make him talk first and then shove him in.
"The Flaming Jewel" by Robert W. Chambers
Descending to the boat, the three oarsmen shoved off, and pulled for the shore, where they landed.
"Up The Baltic" by Oliver Optic
I'm a-shoving it back'ards and for'ards, and it moves the cross-belt and my shirt, and nothing else.
"Hunting the Skipper" by George Manville Fenn
Now shove in a little nearer shore and I will be off.
"The Ranger" by Edward S. Ellis
I shoved them away and wint out to think.
"The Boy Scouts Book of Stories" by Various
So they went; but Dicky told me afterwards that the woman didn't shove for anything like all she was worth.
"Oswald Bastable and Others" by Edith Nesbit
He had not yet forgotten the rude manner in which Isaac Pludding had shoved him.
"Dave Porter in the Far North" by Edward Stratemeyer
I shoved Anita violently.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science April 1930" by Various
Just as he was rising to leave he shoved a tiny strip of paper across the table to me with a sidelong glance at Foulet.
"The Floating Island of Madness" by Jason Kirby
This Brown counted over and shoved across to Talbot.
"Gold" by Stewart White
Hardwick caught him by the arm, and shoved him back.
"The Missing Tin Box" by Arthur M. Winfield
He shoved the map inside his shirt, and with the gun motioned toward the base of the hill.
"The Boy Scout and Other Stories for Boys" by Richard Harding Davis
They see the strong white arm knead
It and shove the raw dough
Into the oven's bright hole.
"The Runaways/ Les Effares" by Arthur Rimbaud
But daan they shoved him, an' he roll'd
Heead first bang into th' mess,
An' aght he coom a woeful seet,
As yo may easy guess.
"Th' Traitle Sop" by John Hartley
“Last was west of Ushant,
The Old Man up an damned ‘em;
‘E shoved the ‘elm ‘ard over
And ‘e went for ‘em and rammed ‘em,
That was Number Three,”
Bill said, said he.
"What Bill Said" by Cicely Fox Smith
One dead trunk, like a ruined tower,
Dark-green with toppling trailers, shoved
Its wild wreck o'er the bush; one bower
Looked like a dead man, capped and gloved,
The one who haunted him each hour.
"Eidolons" by Madison Julius Cawein
"Ar, 'orspital! There is the place to git.
If I thort Paradise wus 'arf so snug
I'd shove me 'ead above the parapit
An' stop a slug;
But one thing blocks me playin' sich a joke;
I want another scrap before I croak.
"Rabbits" by C J Dennis
They never rung no joy-bells when 'e made 'is first de- boo;
But 'e got free edjication, w'ich they fondly shoved 'im thro';
Then turned 'im loose in Spadger's Lane to 'ang around the street
An' 'elp the cop to re-erlize the 'ardness uv 'is beat.
"Introduction to Ginger Mick" by C J Dennis
Mohamud allegedly tied Abdifatah's hands together with an electrical chord, shoved a sock in his mouth and duct-taped it shut.
Barack Obama Will Shove This F—ing Health Care Down Your F—ing Throat.
MSNBC says goodbye to West with a shove, Fox blows a kiss.
Gale-force wind of change shoves climate on to Obama's agenda.
When the teams met in Miami on Nov 29, Hilton Armstrong was ejected for shoving Heat center Joel Anthony while he attempted a dunk.
Is the media going to shove this down our throats till the new royal is crowned.
For months, stores have been shoving holiday decorations at us.
Police said the video taken by Harris shows one child screaming, crying and holding his face while being punched by the other, who is also punched and shoved into a table.
Intent on burning his entire family to death, a southwestern Wisconsin man tried to shove his 2-year-old daughter back into the flames after her pregnant mother had carried her to safety, state prosecutors alleged Tuesday.
A tube is shoved down the nose of a mental patient who's several days into a hunger strike.
Fox Shoves Handicapped Out Of Parking.
Gale -force wind of change shoves climate on to Obama's agenda.
Mine involves returning a failed online shopping purchase to FedEx with just enough time to grab a sandwich to shove into my face back at my desk.
The Potential Interpretations Of Rondo 's Shoving Match.
Buffett Slams Romney for 'Shoving Around Money.
Clearly a time t for which Xt = Yt should constitute a collision, but what if Xt+1 = Yt ? If in addition Yt+1 = Xt we call such an event a “swap”, otherwise a “shove”.
Allowing swaps and shoves makes things easy—on Kn , for example, we could couple n walks simply by choosing, at each turn, a uniformly random derangement (or a uniformly random cycle) σ , and having the walker at i move to σ(i) .
Usually one ﬁnds a way to shove the infrared divergences into matrix elements of operators, but there is no candidate for an operator into which to shove this infrared divergence.
A Modern Introduction to Quarkonium Theory