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Pull

Used in the context of general equities. See: Cancel.
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Not the raw recruit, marching from the bosom of his wife into the fever heat of his first battle; not the dead man's ghost encountering the first unknown phantom in the other world; --neither of these can feel stranger and stronger emotions than that man does, who for the first time finds himself pulling into the charmed, churned circle of the hunted sperm whale.
The four horses, under the urge of the drivers, pressed lazily into their collars and began pulling.
I was out with a young lady - cousin on my mother's side - and we were pulling down to Goring.
I still went on pulling, however, and still no lock came in sight, and the river grew more and more gloomy and mysterious under the gathering shadows of night, and things seemed to be getting weird and uncanny.
By this time Stubb was over the side, and getting into his boat, hailed the Guernsey-man to this effect, --that having a long tow-line in his boat, he would do what he could to help them, by pulling out the lighter whale of the two from the ship's side.
The sequence goes like this: Inhale when the right arm is pulling under water together with a 1-2-3 count, exhale with face in the water with a 4-5-6 count.
The high pulling force of 10 tons allows cutting of even old steel and cast iron pipes.
Three clomipramine patients stopped pulling their hair, and nine had a reduction of at least 50 percent in the severity of their symptoms.
These large muscles are critical in all throwing and pulling actions.