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Pull

Used in the context of general equities. See: Cancel.
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For example, when something happens in the world, always there is a friendly game to help victims, so I think football good at helping people pull together.
Like your journalist says we need to pull together not fight among ourselves.
STOKE boss Tony Pulis has called on everyone connected with the club to pull together as the Potters look to come through their first really sticky patch of the season.
Hence, what is there to pull together if the public have switched off to what partnership workings agencies are trying to do?
TIC interests are program investments similar to the partnership tax shelters of the 1970s and '80s, in that they pull together a group of investors to purchase one large property.
By the end of his career, Hopkins had invoked the tools of geography, climatology, biology and anthropology to pull together a convincing picture of this lively corner of our restless globe.
The diagram below (Figure ONE) is included to provide a conceptual and theoretical model using a family systems approach (Bowen, 1978) to pull together the concepts and theories outlined in this study.
In all seriousness, he notes that the schools do pull together for the community.
trade representative--treated his trip to Mexico as a full-fledged summit between "nation-states": "We all need to pull together as nation-states," he declared during a press conference in Mexico.
I feel the same way when my staff and I pull together Best Practices in Communication, the annual compendium of the winning case studies, or go over the articles for each issue of Communication World.
It shows what we can do when we pull together and bring in unity and strength.
The project is a way to pull together her village of people and carry on her memory," wrote her husband, Irv, in a letter explaining the project.