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“Thanks, and by the way, the term Pull or Pulled is not a demolition term, it is a firefighter term.”
“Note: Delphine Seyrig was in Pull My Daisy and two of Resnais films Muriel and Last Year at Marienbad.”
“There are things in this book, aptly titled Pull Up a Chair for Scully's characteristic first-inning suggestion, that I have learned elsewhere and written about in my own recent book: that Vin came of age in Manhattan's Washington Heights, played centerfield at Fordham, was hired by the august Red Barber to air college football, then Brooklyn baseball in a ballpark that he had never seen.”
“Democratic State Senator Gary Siplin of Orlando pushed for six years for the so-called Pull Your Pants Up law, and finally got his wish last spring.”
“JavaFX web service API JavaFX style HTTP calls Pull style parsing XML and JSON supported REST only (no SOAP)”
“In the meantime, we'll remain curious about how effective Ford's so-called Pull-Drift Compensation system is at accounting for road crowns and crosswinds, not to mention the amusingly named Active Nibble Control, which apparently helps to exorcise high-speed vibrations caused by wheel balance issues and warped brake rotors.”
“The ear navigator, called Pull-Navi, has six helmet-mounted motors to pull the wearer's ears forward, backward, left, right, up and down.”
“Active Park Assist includes a new feature called Pull-Drift Compensation, which helps adapt to crosswinds or odd road curvature.”
“We were shooting this Tuesday party we do called The Pull-Out Method (photos later on) last night, where the line-up featured Purple Crush,”
“The application, titled Pull My Finger, was created by a developer named Sam (he prefers that his last name be withheld for personal reasons), and did exactly what you think it does.”
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