pulled away from direct relation to anything; impersonal as in attitude or views
to pull into something; to pull into oneself
to pull together to make smaller in size or bulk; to pull inward; opposite of "expand"
to pull a person's attention in another direction
to pull out by force
to pull out; to make something take longer; to prolong
a statement or promise that is pulled back or taken back
to pull some out, therefore having less left over
a pull to the arm or leg muscles to bring a bone back into place when it is dislocated or fractured
a powerful vehicle that pulls farm machines and hauls heavy loads
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