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Pull

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But we always seem to pull something out of the bag and I am quietly confident we will be able to again.
I was worried about the ground, as he's a stone better on soft, but he'll always pull something out, and he had to do that here.
We felt that resources for self help were scarce and so set about trying to pull something together.
STEVE Bruce says he will wait until the last second to sign Mikael Forssell - but admits he still hopes to pull something special out of the bag again this summer.
Most people will have this down as a Rangers win but we have to try to pull something out of the game to give us a lift.
The half-time team talk from Ian Holloway saw a fired-up Rangers looking to pull something out of the fire, but once again they just couldn't find the end product.
More than a year after El Nino-warmed seas chased the catch away, Ventura County squid fisherman are casting their hopes - and nets - on a blue moon to pull something from the deep and salvage the season.
On Wednesday, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has a duty to them, and to families affected by dementia, to pull something very big out of the bag.
The way the game was going, we knew that it would take something special like that and it was written in the script that Ricky would pull something out of the bag," said Druids joint boss Waynne Phillips.
Sometimes it's difficult to create chances and have a bit of inspiration and pull something out of nothing," he said.
Corby are unbeaten at home so far this season and Garry Shephard's team will have to pull something special out of the hat if they are to improve on their lowly position.
And if we can get ourselves within a score, even if there are only seconds remaining, we've got the personnel to pull something out of the bag.