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Berlin: Bank robbers have pulled off a brazen heist in the German capital after digging a 30 metre-long (100-foot) tunnel leading into the bank's vault, police said Monday.
Summary: Queen of pop Madonna did not disappoint on Sunday night, as she pulled off a spectacular Super Bowl halftime show.
He said: "Elgin regularly pulled off upsets when they Elgin v Livingston were in the Highland League.
And it was the home side who almost scored again just before the break when Adam Bartlett pulled off good saves from Ryan Lowe and Efetobore Sodje.
But if the Bulls win at Hull tonight and Catalans lose at St Helens, coach Steve McNamara's men will have pulled off a sensational turn-around.
Senor El Betrutti and Pegwell Bay are the others to have pulled off the feat in the same season.
The 22-year-old from Newton Aycliffe pulled off outstanding saves against Manchester City and West Ham to enhance his reputation.
Harford pulled off a 11-7, 7-11, 11-5, 11-5 success over Robbie Temple in a game that lasted a marathon 61 minutes and will now take on sixth seed Frenchman Thierry Lincou.
WALTER SMITH reckons Italy losing Gigi Buffon - outstanding against Scotland in March when he pulled off two stunning saves to help his side win 2-0 - is a major advantage to Scotland.
McGuigan pulled off an instinctive save from Chris Summers in the 30th minute and then pulled off another magnificent stop from Jason Welch..
LUKE McCORMICK pulled off a string of fine saves to earn Plymouth a point at Meadow Lane.
Shock: Pulled off? There's a reason I don't skateboard anymore.