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Haul

A slang term for a profit, especially the profit from a single project as opposed to that for the whole company.
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After picking up a booking and toiling further in the second half, Bale was hauled off by Carlo Ancelotti in favour of Karim Benzema.
Iowa Politics reported on its Twitter feed that protestors chanted, "The world is watching," while being hauled off in handcuffs.
She hauled off and place-kicked it into the street before I could do anything to stop her.
Grossman was hauled off after completing five passes to his own players and three to the Packers.
When a large enough stockpile has accumulated, the focus turns to preparing the steel, Once prepared, six to eight truckloads of steel are hauled off the property on a daily basis.
Hundreds of dollars' worth of wooden ramps were reportedly hauled off by thieves last Sunday while the Koenigs were working at their store, Aura Boardsports in downtown Milford.
A British pilot was hauled off a transatlantic flight at the last minute because he had a "Muslim sounding name", he said yesterday.
From Agence France-Presse: "A love of punk and hard rock anthems by the Clash and Led Zeppelin led to a British man being hauled off a plane bound for London by police on terrorism fears.
If he lived up to his words following Michael Owen's departure, then I'm sure he would not be sitting on the bench nor get hauled off when he wasn't tired.
Terry, 47, from Heysham, Lancashire, said: 'I was hauled off to a police cell.
However, the former Liverpool striker was hauled off after just 52 minutes after struggling to make any real impact in a 1-0 defeat.