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  • Part 10 - Pushing/Pulling (Expanded)
    Section 1 - Pushing
    down-pushing is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "push down [thing]" as down-pushing.
    understand "push [thing] down" as down-pushing.
    report down-pushing (this is the down-pushing rule):
    say "You can't push [the noun] down."
                                            
    up-pushing is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "push up [thing]" as up-pushing.
    understand "push [thing] up" as up-pushing.
    report up-pushing (this is the up-pushing rule):
    say "You can't push [the noun] up."
    pushing it up is an action applying to two things.
    understand "push [thing] in/up [thing]" as pushing it up.
    report pushing it up (this is the pushing it up rule):
    say "You can't [verbword] [the noun] up [the second noun]."
    pushing it down is an action applying to two things.
    understand "push [thing] in/down [thing]" as pushing it down.
    report pushing it down (this is the pushing it down rule):
    say "You can't [verbword] [the noun] down [the second noun]."
    pushing it through is an action applying to two things.
    understand "push [thing] through [thing]" as pushing it through.
    report pushing it through (this is the pushing it through rule):
    say "You can't [verbword] [the noun] through [the second noun]."
    pushing it into is an action applying to two things.
    understand "push [thing] in/into [thing]" as pushing it into.
    report pushing it into (this is the pushing it into rule):
    say "You can't [verbword] [the noun] into [the second noun]."
    pushing it out of is an action applying to two things.
    understand "push [thing] out/out of [thing]" as pushing it out of.
    report pushing it out of (this is the pushing it out of rule):
    say "You can't [verbword] [the noun] out of [the second noun]."
    pushing it over is an action applying to two things.
    understand "push [thing] over [thing]" as pushing it over.
    report pushing it over (this is the pushing it over rule):
    say "You can't [verbword] [the noun] over [the second noun]."
    pushing it under is an action applying to two things.
    understand "push [thing] under [thing]" as pushing it under.
    report pushing it under (this is the pushing it under rule):
    say "You can't [verbword] [the noun] under [the second noun]."