It’s like I’m a pushover.
No one would call her a pushover.
No, it wasn’t the newspapers that fed my hero worship but the newsreels: I was a pushover for the prettified black-and-white “truth” they served up.
Musk: I think I was strict, and they tell me I was a pushover.
The activities are no pushover, so it really tests your limits.
It’s also no pushover – veterans of 90s platform games will delight in the challenge.
"People should know that I'm not gonna be a pushover up there," Psaki told The Daily Beast.
It doubtless suspects that under either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, America is likely to be less of a pushover.
He is deft at using diplomatic symbols, inviting Mr Putin to Versailles, while making it clear that he will be no pushover.
In their desperation to assure their own people that they are not a pushover, China’s rulers are forgetting the first lesson of propaganda.
Ms Georgieva will have to prove that she is not a pushover for the fund’s bigger members and can insulate its technical judgments from politics.
Having grown up in a house full of men (she has five older brothers), she learnt from a young age to be assertive, strong-minded and, above all, no pushover.
"It isn't that long ago we scored a pushover penalty try with Marcus Street scrummaging against (Bath's) Beno Obano who's just been called into the England squad.
So how was it that Abercrombie continued to fight all the way up to the Supreme Court in a case that Scalia—no pushover, even on matters of religious liberty—deemed an easy call?
When Mogoeng Mogoeng, the chief justice, got the job, there were fears that he would be a pushover but, according to Edwin Cameron, a Constitutional Court judge: “He proved us all wrong.
The Kansas City Chiefs are on the road facing the Los Angeles Chargers, a team that probably shouldn’t be expected to give Patrick Mahomes all that much trouble, but is far from a pushover.
Because it is so hard to imagine any Giants player skipping off to Miami on a lark under Coughlin, McAdoo appeared to be lenient in comparison – even a pushover, especially as a rookie head coach.
Given that the well-organised and influential biotechnology industry has suffered some serious setbacks at the hands of such activists, some worry that the embryonic nanotechnology industry will be a pushover.
There had been some criticism of the channel for cutting away so quickly when Haynes, ever professional – although clearly a pushover in the biscuit-negotiating stakes – could have carried on, but she says: “Honestly, I was relieved.”
- someone who is easily taken advantage of
- any undertaking that is easy to do
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