- n. cleaning implement consisting of an oily rag attached by a cord to a weight; is pulled through the barrel of a rifle or handgun to clean it
“It is slightly disappointing... that the solid growth guidance does not pull-through into an expectation of any margin improvement in 2012," said Simon Marshall-Lockyer , analyst at Jefferies.”
“We're building customer-facing products, and Keith has been very true to his word in terms of investing in those things that he thinks will either increase EBITDA, drop money to the bottom line, or increase direct revenue from the product or pull-through revenue by making us sticky.”
“Ear protection was a couple of pieces of 4x2 (the cloth material used to clean the bore of a .303 with a pull-through, not a piece of wood!).”
“The only way we can make this happen is consumer pull-through, which will occur only if end use customers complain about plastic packaging and products and vote with their pocketbooks.”
““True, but this is not really a Lean model with pull-through inventory,” said Amy.”
“While it retains the pulsing pull-through and anesthetizing repetition of the best rave music, the Crystal Method's evolving form of big-beat electronica is characterized by tempo shifts, tranquil interludes and sparks of humor, a style Messrs. Jordan and Kirkland established with the Crystal Method's 1997 debut album, "Vegas," which has sold more than one million copies.”
“The pull-through rate is likely to decline slightly for loans originated in the fourth quarter, a company spokeswoman said.”
“A single buckle and easily adjustable pull-through strap system holds your feet securely in every condition, making this ultra-durable style a top choice for outdoor adventurers”
“The 'pull-through' was OK - but the 'Death Roll' was another matter entirely.”
“Braking by means of counter-current is the simplest way to attain standstill of an asynchronous drive resp. the deceleration of pull-through loads, for instance in pumping stations.”
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