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4. I helped him pull his boots off.
5. Pull this lever to open the gate.
6. The magnetic pull of the city was hard to resist.
7. Pull the plug and let the water drain away.
8. You hoist a flag when you pull it to the top of its pole.
9. The nation was urged to pull together to avoid a slide into complete chaos.
10. If they want promotion, United have got to pull their socks up.
11. Pull the curtains round the patient's bed.
12. Don't pull so hard or the handle will come off.
13. If you grasp this rope, I will pull you up.
13. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
14. Pausing only to pull on a sweater, he ran out of the house.
15. The doctor is sure he will pull through.
16. You have to twist the lid off, not pull it.
17. They will plead with him to pull back from confrontation.
18. After two days of fever, he began to pull round.
19. The tourists signaled the driver to pull over.
20. If we pull together, success is certain.
21. His teachers told him to pull his socks up, or he'd undoubtedly fail his exam.
22. We signalled him to pull over.
23. Carefully pull out the centre pages.
24. She seems unable to pull herself out of this deep slough of self-pity.
26. Insert the special cleaning thread between your teeth and pull it gently up and down.
27. I stood in the driveway and watched him back out and pull away.
28. That draught is too much for my horse to pull.
29. Xerox set about a process of reverse engineering. It pulled the machines apart and investigated the Japanese factories to find out how they could pull off such feats.
30. If Jim remains under for more than a minute, pull him out; he may be drowning.
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