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Someone once observed that it isn’t easy for an idea to squeeze itself into a head filled with prejudice.

I squeezed the juice out of the oranges.

The government finances are severely squeezed.

Cockroaches have flat bodies, so they can squeeze under things to hide.

A Zen proverb remarks that the tighter you squeeze, the less you have.

He is really putting the squeeze on me.

Some snakes squeeze animals to death, and then eat them whole.

wide When I shook Lars’ hand, he squeezed mine so hard I thought he was going to break my fingers.

A cat uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through.

The bank rate cut is expected to relieve the severe financial squeeze that has hit industry.

A Japanese proverb observes that he who is desperate will squeeze oil out of a grain of sand.

In 1962, astronaut John Glenn ate the first meal in space when he ate applesauce squeezed from a tube aboard a spaceship.

Someone once said that it isn’t easy for an idea to squeeze itself into a head filled with prejudice.

Some snakes squeeze animals to death, and then eat them whole.

Can I just squeeze by you there? She squeezed the juice from several oranges.

Norway’s short summer season means farmers have to squeeze a lot of activity into a tight time period.

Scientists tell us that our stomach growls when the stomach walls squeeze together in an attempt to mix and digest food, and there’s no food there.

Sometimes I like to squeeze fresh orange juice to drink for breakfast.

He was still strong enough to squeeze a switch.

I’ve heard that a cat uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through.

He squeezed a blob of ketchup onto his hamburger.

Astronaut John Glenn ate the first meal in space when he ate applesauce squeezed from a tube aboard a rocket in 1962.

Small enterprises are feeling the squeeze of inflation.

The girl squeezed her doll affectionately.

When my daughter was a baby, she used to love to squeeze fresh peaches in her fist, so she could feel them squirt through her fingers.

The mother squeezed her young son’s hand to comfort him.

Find someone who has been a member of a volleyball or basketball squad.

squeeze Orange juice made from concentrate tastes quite different from fresh-squeezed orange juice.

She squeezed a lemon for tea.

When my daughter was a baby, she used to love to squeeze fresh peaches in her fist, so she could feel them squirt through her fingers.

He squeezed the toothpaste out of a tube.

Cockroaches have flat bodies, so they can squeeze under things to hide.

I was amazed to see how many people could squeeze onto one bus when I was travelling in Guatemala.

Ants do not eat food – they drink the juice which they squeeze from pieces of food.

It was hard for everyone to squeeze into the van because there was a bunch of camping equipment in there as well.

Find someone who likes freshly squeezed orange juice.

stab A Zen proverb suggests that the tighter you squeeze, the less you have.

The company president’s welcome was so long that we were squeezed for time in the second half of the ceremony.