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Pull

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For this purpose [PHI] 50 mm cores were drilled in the top layer in the same points in which previously the optical tests and the impulse response tests had been carried out and the cores were pulled off from the surface of the base layer (Fig.
Belgian police on Wednesday recovered part of a $50-million diamond heist pulled off just under three months ago on the Brussels airport tarmac, press reports said.
Swansea (top) celebrate promotion, while England's cricketers pulled off an amazing victory over Sri Lanka
Heol-y-Cyw, of Division Four South East, pulled off a surprise 11-8 win, despite a second-half comeback from Treherbert of Division Two East.
Niels Kristian Iversen and Freddie Lindgren were the last-heat heroes as they pulled off an amazing 5-1 to send the home fans crazy.
But Whittaker (right), who was part of the squad who pulled off spectacular Euro away wins last term, is confident his side will score in Kaunas and progress.
Vipers pulled off a great victory seven days ago when they beat the Elite League title hopefuls 2-0 at the Arena.
Malibu pulled off one of the bigger upsets, defeating Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks, ranked No.
BOURNEMOUTH goalkeeper Gareth Stewart pulled off two brilliant saves to earn his side a valuable point.
Fabrics can be pulled off and repositioned as needed.
Investigators tracked down Williams after he pulled off to the side of the road and flagged down passing motorists.