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  • Pull - definition of pull by The Free Dictionary

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    pull (po͝ol) v. pulled, pull·ing, pulls v.tr. 1. To apply force to (something) so as to cause or tend to cause motion toward the source of the force: pulled her ...

  • The Weekly Pull - YouTube

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    The Hub for all TWP content from the Twitch Channel! See both The Weekly Pull at 6 and The Pull at 5:30 live on Tuesdays and Thursdays here: https://www.twit...

  • Urban Dictionary: on the pull

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    To attempt to hook up with somebody, by talking and/or moving in an 'attractive' way in front of (several) people.

  • Russ - Pull The Trigger - YouTube

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  • Sons of Anarchy (season 1) - Wikipedia

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    Sons of Anarchy is the story of the Teller-Morrow family of Charming, California, as well as the other members of Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Redwood Original ...

  • pull - Wiktionary

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    Jonathan Swift I awakened with a violent pull upon the ring which was fastened at the top of my box. An attractive force which causes motion towards the source

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  • pull Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    pull definition: 1. to move something towards yourself, sometimes with great physical effort: 2. to take something out of or away from a place, especially using ...

  • Pull | Definition of Pull by Merriam-Webster

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    He pulled the door open and ran out. The cat will scratch you if you keep pulling its tail. Make a knot in the rope and pull it tight. Pull the baby's chair closer to ...

  • Pull off - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    pull (one) off 1. To suddenly or forcibly remove someone (from something). They pulled the news anchor off when he started swearing on live television. The coached ...

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