Pull


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Pull

Used in the context of general equities. See: Cancel.
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Three or four miles up stream is a trifle, early in the morning, but it is a weary pull at the end of a long day.
You pull the hair, and I'll pull you, and together we ought to get it out easily.
Wait a jiffy," called the Woozy, and then it went to a tree and hugged it with its front paws, so that its body couldn't be dragged around by the pull.
If Daylight pulls out before this snap breaks, he'll never get through--an' him travelin' without tent or fly.
Collins barked, his eyes on the girl and noting that the pull of the apparatus was straight across her.
Let 'em pull you this way a bit and that way a bit.
Nothing occurred till about nine o'clock, when we saw the two Italians leave the ship and pull along their side of the triangle toward the shore.
Oh, certainly,' rejoined Nicholas; 'but suppose I were to turn the tables, and pull HIS nose, what then?
Twenty minutes here, gentlemen," says the coachman, as they pull up at half-past seven at the inn-door.
Just as 'twas gettin' serious, and the old boy and the mob was going to pull 'em off the coach, one little fellow jumps up and says, 'Here--I'll stay.
Snodgrass, who sits next to him, has recovered from his alarm, they pull up at the inn yard where the fresh horses, with cloths on, are already waiting.
Seeing this she did not pull the door back, but she did not let go the handle so that he almost dragged her out with it on to the stairs.