How to use push through in a sentence

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Obviously that's a very subjective sieve to push through a juror, because the juror has to make an introspective judgment of himself.
Chaos erupted during a heavy cloudburst, forcing the large crowd to push through entrances for shelter.
Smiling as he saw a customer push through the doors, he fought to swallow his irritation.
In addition, perennial weeds, such as nutsedge and dandelions, often have enough energy to push through the fabric.
Feeling threatened, the Internet community tried to push through net neutrality rules that said every packet should be treated equally.
The government was reluctant to push through the sort of housecleaning that the United States went through in its recent crisis.
Amputations and suchlike in the hospitals are seen very briefly as people push through the crowds of injured and dying.
Chancing upon a brightly-lit restaurant, we push through the plastic streamers over the entrance and find a table.
He is also championing the creation of eco-towns and aims to push through a Climate Change bill.
Mark said, giving her a small push through the door and closing it behind her.
All of the vehicles push through the kill zone as quickly as possible, advancing approximately 300 meters.
The gauzy curtains might represent flimsy barriers that will be easy for you to push through to get what you need.
We push through a mass of bodies, eyes locked forwards, until the front is within sight.
Astoundingly, presidents have, in the past, managed to push through agendas they really care about.
That is why the ruling class is insisting on the formation of a national unity government to push through its agenda.
The objective would be to try to push through a referendum on four year terms with the crucial how-to-vote card backing of both major parties.
There is a danger of the work's losing momentum, and it may become more difficult to push through new environmental laws.
It is vital that our countries take advantage of the improved external environment to push through vital reforms.
Like a huge pressure pushing against my skin, I could feel it trying to claw its way out of me, trying to push through the flimsy barrier of flesh my body provided.
The city fathers and government officials who had the foresight and courage to push through the investment in the water treatment system will one day be seen as visionaries.
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Examples from Classical Literature
He edged away towards his horse and heard her push through the bushes to hers.
No Englishman ever endeavours to push through a gate that is always bolted.
Why didn't you push through and get hold of the treasure at the first?
When you have the front to push through the plate glass, you see me first.
Then he tried to push through, but it grew thicker and thicker, and he was in despair.
They were too small to push through the cohesive forces that hold water molecules together and were trapped below the surface.
If it is too thin the stylus point is likely to push through it.
We were prospecting and it was our intention, if we found nothing, to push through to the Gila river at some point near Big Bend, where we understood there was a settlement.
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