Push definition

Push as to a Message, shall mean clinical information transmitted directly to a Participant User identified in the Message as a recipient. Push shall apply to all Messages transmitted through the HIE other than Publish-Subscribe or Query-Retrieve, including but not limited to Messages routinely transmitted to ordering or referring physicians, such as reports of imaging, or clinical laboratory results.
Push means Prudential (US Holdco 1) Limited, the record holder of 800 shares of JFI’s Class A common stock as of the date of this Information Statement and before giving effect to the stock split to be effected prior to the Demerger. All of the shares of Class A common stock currently held by PUSH will be distributed to PCAL and then to Prudential in order to ensure that, immediately prior to completion of the Demerger, JFI is a direct majority-owned subsidiary of Prudential. As of the date of this information statement, PUSH is the direct parent of JFI and is an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Prudential.
Push means a bet that is neither winning nor losing. The amount wagered is held over for the next round.

Examples of Push in a sentence

  • Push down on the child seat while you pull up on the belt to remove any slack in the belt.

  • Push the PLB-1212 into the factory suction line until you hear a click and the tabs are locked in place.

  • PART II: Matters A22ecting Establishment and Integration by Romani Migrants and/or Acting as Push Factors 2or International Migration by Roma VII.

  • METHOD OF MARKET ADMINISTRATION TREND Ambulatory Pump Flat/Declining Gravity Infusion Increasing Pole Mounted Pump Declining Elastomeric Declining Syringe Increasing Implant Increasing IV Push Increasing ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF FREEDOM60 DISPOSABLE SALES We have sold approximately 3,270 pumps since March, 2000.

  • IV Solutions: The clinical instructor or a registered nurse must supervise each student when administering an IV solution, when starting an IV, and when discontinuing an IV.2. IV and IV Push Medications: These medications may be administered by the student under the supervision of the clinical instructor or RN.3. IV Chemotherapy: Students may not administer these medications.4. Blood Transfusion: Students may start the normal saline but may not start the blood.


More Definitions of Push

Push means a Result where a Player neither wins nor loses a Wager. In a ‘MoneylineMarket, a Push occurs when the Result is a tie and no tie option was offered. In a two-way Point Spread Market, it is when the favourite (identified with a “-”) wins by
Push means a tie, as defined in N.J.A.C. 13:69F-24.10(f).
Push means Prudential (US Holdco 1) Limited;
Push means the Partnership for Urban South Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
Push means a Stand Off;
Push advertisements shall mean those advertisements that have the ability to deliver content to the Qualifying Handset in a fashion that requires no action on the part of the user and preempts most or all other Qualifying Handset related activities. Push advertisements are text-based and capture the entire Qualifying Handset display for some defined period of time in order to present content. They remain fixed on the display until some time parameter has expired, an internal operation is automatically invoked, between user initiated events. In no case should the user be required to act upon the Push advertisement in order to remove it.