He believes Pakistan could squeeze the Taliban into negotiating seriously if it wanted.
In between, he's managed to squeeze in a full-length feature movie starring Julia Ormond and Illeana Douglas called Green.
squeeze the tomatoes one by one into the pan, pulverizing them by hand, and pour in their juice, too.
"Place your hands against the roof or your car, push up with your arms and squeeze your abs at the same time," he says.
I went to the bathroom, figuring I might lose my seat, and not caring: I could squeeze in somewhere.
She was forced to squeeze tears out to keep up the deception she had begun.
But he might as well have tried to squeeze blood out of a stone.
The small heart of the trunk had decayed, offering an entrance just large enough for a rabbit to squeeze through.
I let her pick it off the floor, squeeze it back on her skinny foot, and come toward me.
The drummers are red hot for orders, and you can squeeze them down.
c.1600, probably an alteration of quease (c.1550), from Old English cwysan "to squeeze," of unknown origin, perhaps imitative (cf. German quetschen "to squeeze"). Slang expression to put the squeeze on (someone or something) "exert influence" is from 1711. Baseball squeeze play first recorded 1905. Main squeeze "most important person" is attested from 1896; meaning "one's sweetheart, lover" is attested by 1980.