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The Paisley side are massive underdogs for the visit of Neil Lennon's men but confidence is high among the ranks that they can pull off a shock result.
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That lead to a nervy last part of the game as the hosts pressed for an equaliser which would have condemned Marine to the drop, however the Mariners hung on to pull off the unlikeliest Great Escape.
If you haven't got a million dollars then Carolina Bucci's 18 carat mixed gold stack, PS7,585 from stylebop.com, left, is going to be off the shopping list but you can pull off a similar look for less with Forever 21's etched bangle set, right, just PS4.90.
But Crawley responded strongly and Weale had to pull off a brilliant save from Clarke's clever curler before he was fi-nally beaten by Andy Drury's farpost header in the 63rd minute.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds managed to pull off the unthinkable on Sunday--a top-secret celebrity wedding.
"It thrills me because then I can pull off some shots.
Summary: A man was charged Wednesday with impersonating a monk to pull off a number of con jobs.
SOUTH Wales Scorpions travel north tomorrow hoping to pull off their second double of the season when they take on Oldham Roughyeds at Whitebank Stadium (3pm).
Europe's dynamic duo won the last two holes to pull off a stunning 2&1 victory over Bubba Watson and Jeff Overton, roared on by thousands of fans.
Rawalpindi, January 02, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Chairman Joint Chief of Staff Committee General Tariq Majid has said that Indian Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor knows very well what the Indian Armed Forces can not and Pakistan Armed Forces can pull off militarily Responding to a question asked on the Indian Army Chiefs Jingoistic pronouncement of Indian military preparations to fight China and Pakistan simultaneously, Chairman JCSC General Tariq Majid has said, leave alone China, General Deepak Kapoor knows very well what the Indian Armed Forces can not and Pakistan Armed Forces can pull off militarily, says a handout issued by ISPR.