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|1.||“Everybody looked at it like a money market, backed by U.S. Treasuries, ” one business leader said. “They kept pulling money out and putting it in.||1|
|2.||“Maybe she pulls her skirt off, and she’s got shorts underneath, ” Bullock said to the costume designer about her character.||1|
|3.||' he replied, pulling from his waistcoat a curiously constructed pistol, having a double-edged spring knife attached to the barrel.||1|
|4.||'Abracadabra,'said the conjuror as he pulled the rabbit from the hat.||1|
|5.||'How could you be so treacherous!' said Tess, between archness and real dismay, and getting rid of his arm by pulling open his fingers one by one, though at the risk of slipping off herself.||1|
|6.||'How could you be so treacherous!' said Tess, between archness and real dismay, and getting rid of his arm by pulling open his fingers one by one,(This website/at the risk of.html) though at the risk of slipping off herself.||1|
|7.||'To pull a face' is an idiomatic expression.||1|
|8.||" And they are going to pull up the weeds.||1|
|9.||" Eve'y time Ah pulls Miss Suellen littler dan twenty inches, she up an'faint. "||1|
|10.||" I suppose you feel itchy not pulling a rickshaw!||1|
|11.||" I'm not dead enough for you to pull down the shades -- though I might as well be.||1|
|12.||" Michael's kite, " Peter said without interest, but next moment he had seized the tail, and was pulling the kite toward him.||1|
|13.||" Oh, please, auntie, don't pull it out.||1|
|14.||" the Du Baijue that pull Mu replies calmingly: "Throw it into bag of a hempen cigarette, remand the castle is.||1|
|15.||"And say, " he whispered, jovially , pulling Hurstwood over by the shoulder so that he might whisper in his ear, "if this isn't a good show, I'll punch your head.||1|
|16.||"And say, " he whispered, jovially , pulling Hurstwood over by the shoulder so that he might whisper in his ear, "if this isn't a good show,(This website/jovially.html) I'll punch your head.||1|
|17.||"Bean curd made by a pock-marked woman, " as the Beijing Youth Daily rendered the spicy Sichuanese dish, is now "Mapo tofu. " And "chicken without sexual life" becomes mere "steamed pullet.||1|
|18.||"Brady looks like a suspect." — "I'd pull him in.".||1|
|19.||"First call for dinner in the dining-car, " a Pullman servitor was announcing, as he hastened through the aisle in snow-white apron and jacket.||0|
|20.||"I want a tooth pulled, and I don't want Novocain because I'm in a big hurry, " the woman said.||1|
|21.||"It's dangerous, " Teal said, pulling one of Baldan's hands from the wall. "Praxis is destabilized. You might not be able to re-form..."||1|
|22.||"It's not like we havehundreds of thousands of dollars lying around in a slush fund that youcan pull out and do these types of things, " Rich Morris said.||1|
|23.||"Our investigators will pull films, they will examine the medical records and they will interview relevant staff," said Claudia Hutton, the department's director of public affairs.||1|
|24.||"Really?"Su's space pulls to interrogatively looking at Zhao tie Zhu.||1|
|25.||"The idea behind my C-3PO design was a mechanical man, almost skeletal, with exposed gears, pulleys, and hinges, " writes Sillof.||1|
|26.||"The powerful are using the V-day anniversary as a reason to pull Stalin's dusty ghost into the light and pack him up in holiday wrapping," says Rachinsky.||1|
|27.||"There was a lot of argy-bargy, but that was about it, " Akinbiyi said: "There was a row lasting about two minutes in the changing room, but I'm not saying if he did or didn't pull out a razor.||1|
|28.||"They pulled the rug out from under me here," Mr. Tuttle said of Fidelity.||1|
|29.||"This (the tax change) is a further evidence the government is pulling the plug on the stimulus policies introduced during the crisis," said Jeremie Capron, analyst at CLSA.||1|
|30.||"This tastes horrible, " said Tom, pulling a face at his glass.||1|
pulls (third person present) · pulled (past tense) · pulled (past participle) · pulling (present participle)
- exert force on (someone or something) so as to cause movement toward oneself.
- (of a vehicle or person) move steadily in a specified direction or to reach a specified point.
- cause (someone) to patronize, buy, or show interest in something; attract.
- print (a proof).
pulls (plural noun)
- an act of taking hold of something and exerting force to draw it toward one.
- a force drawing someone or something in a particular direction or course of action.
- a printer's proof.