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1 The nation was urged to pull together to avoid a slide into complete chaos.
2 If we pull together, success is certain.
3 We must pull together for mutual interest.
4 Let's pull together for the early realization of the four modernizations.
5 Let me now pull together the threads of my argument.
6 Let's pull together for the early realisation of the four modernizations.
7 If we all pull together,(sentencedict.com) we'll finish on time.
8 Scientists are trying to pull together disparate ideas in astronomy.
9 They were strong enough to pull together like brothers when it counted.
10 Everyone pull together now. Are you ready? Heave!
11 A useful activity is to pull together the governors of several neighbouring schools for training and updating on topical issues.
12 Double sets of wheels pull together like centipede rolling stock.
13 Parents, teachers, and students should all pull together to tackle the school's drugs problem.
14 Everybody has to pull together and support each other at times like this.
15 If we all pull together, then we can be a successful force in world rugby again.
16 In order to pull together the conclusions of these initiatives an International Conference is being held in the early summer of 1992.
17 If we all pull together ,[www.Sentencedict.com] there's no doubt we can beat them!
18 I read you loud and clear. Let's pull together on this.
19 We must all pull together, or the factory will fail.
20 You must pull together in order to win final victory.
21 I need to have the top people in this company pull together.
22 We don't have much time but if we all pull together we should get the job done.
23 But for those few in the know, it is easy to pull together these facts into an interesting whole.
24 Work-inhibited children have the best chance to grow out of their insufficiency when parents and teachers pull together in a positive direction.
25 A nation that might disagree with its leaders at times, but will pull together for its nation's sake.
26 The dancers move very little in what follows, and when they separate as a group they return and pull together.
27 Keeping specific goals and metrics for testing in mind not only helps track status and results, but also avoids the last-second scramble to pull together necessary reports.
28 But he owes it too to his own promise to be a conciliator, a man who will pull together the diverse threads of American society into a more coherent, united whole.
29 It would guard against misidentification and make it much easier to pull together a patient's records from disparate providers.
30 It often takes a shot of adversity to get people to pull together.
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