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“Maddy spun around just in time to see the idiot who had passed her earlier pull into the parking lot—a tiny woman on back wearing a candy-apple red helmet and a leather jacket that looked ten sizes too big for her, clinging to William as if her life depended on it.”
“Coming into the club house turn, Jazzman had taken the lead on the inside rail as the filly made a move to the outside running hard to pull into fifth, with My Three Sons keeping the pace and his third-place spot.”
“The Cadillac engine caught, and Ken looked over at the right-door mirror just in time to see a heavy-laden pickup pull into the driveway behind the van, filling the driveway and blocking the sidewalk as well.”
“Carolyn looked out through the screen and fifty yards of forest and was just able to see the Cormans 'Toyota pull into the circle in front of the cabin.”
“These happy wanderers pull into class in the morning and appear as if their heads are mounted on a very loose ball bearing or an unstable turret, as they are feverishlyscanning their environment.”
“I watched her cab pull into traffic, crossed the street to the Ritz, and visited briefly with Chef Kreuther in his kitchen as the dinner rush waned.”
“I pull into the local 7-Eleven and grab a copy of Backstage West, a Hollywood-industry weekly magazine, as a souvenir to remind me of my time in Los Angeles.”
“And once we're on this one," he added with a resigned-looking grin, "we'll only have three more trains to wait for before we pull into Flagstaff.”
“She kept a pack beneath the seat in her car, and on her way home from work she’d pull into the Minimart parking lot.”
Looking for tweets for pull into.