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Old 01-31-2013, 11:37 AM   #87
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Re: Int. Vs. Ext - resisting a push

Chris Hein wrote: View Post
I think these two threads "internal Vs. Ext- resisting a push" and "resisting a push part. 2" are discussing the same thing, resisting a push. That is I am calling 'area 1 there is no reason not to combine those'. However there is now a "floating" thread, which addresses 'area 2', I think we need that distinction.
Collins English Dictionary -- Complete and Unabridged wrote:
resist [rɪˈzɪst]
1. to stand firm (against); not yield (to); fight (against)
2. (tr) to withstand the deleterious action of; be proof against
I think that you're making a case for using definition 1.
Others are using definition 2 perhaps?

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