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Pull

Used in the context of general equities. See: Cancel.
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He's pulling the strings and you're pulling your hair out, right?
But as long as people keep turning up to watch them the same bunch will keep pulling the strings.
Those pulling the strings humiliated Caster even more by having her photographed in a frock, with her face painted, presumably in the forlorn hope she would look more feminine.
With a former state party chair taking care of business in New Hampshire and the folks in Washington doing their part--some might be tempted to say "pulling the strings"--it's looking pretty apparent that your next Democratic Party nominee for Senate will be Shaheen, no matter what all those other candidates might think.
Richard Branson is not pulling the strings of the Virgin America airline, according to the company's chief executive Fred Reid.
Then David Ross, who was pulling the strings for Clach broke down the right and laid on an easy chance which Alex Bone headed wide.
Britain as a nation should stand on her own, not with Johnny Foreigner pulling the strings. Look back in your history books and you'll find that 65 years ago we did stand on our own.
At least that is what those pulling the strings of our nanny state want us to think.
Who was pulling the strings behind Dan Quayle's recent attack on George W.
As the yarn ravels off her body, exposing her belly, the camera pulls back farther to show two young men exuberantly pulling the strings, which pile at their feet.
30 that the party held a stormy meeting during which one committeewoman denied that the Coalition is pulling the strings. "I'm tired of people accusing me of things I have not done," said Wanda Floyd.

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