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Pull

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I needed to pull something out of the hat and it was great that I could do it.
The Baggies have won their last five matches but manager Dave Lawrence knows his side will need to pull something extra special out of the bag to overcome today's opponents.
We are very thin on the ground in a few places but we still managed to pull something out.
We have a huge day tomorrow and we are confident that we can pull something out of this game.
Chelsea will be hoping Didier Drogba will be able to pull something out of the bag and gain victory against Alex Ferguson''s men.
Mido, pictured, was out on loan all of last season and it's already clear that both players will have to pull something special out of the bag if they are to take any part in Strachan's summer plans.
Clearly, therefore, Ford are going to have to pull something special out of the bag if they are to stop Loeb from landing a third consecutive victory in Cyprus when the island hosts its first world championship rally since 2006 this weekend.
We've had dire times before but we have always managed to pull something out of the hat and we didn't think this would be it.
In response to "A double-tree question" (Farm Collector Letters, January 2008, page 5): This is obviously a double-tree set up for a team of horses to pull something, but it appears to be for a quick release.
But in the last few years of working very closely with Josh Graham, our visual guy, it's given us a little bit more confidence that we could actually pull something off together.
There were a lot of people who didn't want to see that happen, and I was able to pull something together.
I really hope he enjoys these games and, knowing Scott, he'll pull something special out of the bag.