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1. Pausing only to pull on a sweater, he ran out of the house.
2. A pull on the rope will make the bell ring.
3. You pull on both reins to stop or slow a horse, but only the left rein to turn left.
4. She took a long pull on her cigarette.
5. He gave a pull on the rope.
6. He felt a strong pull on the rope.
7. One last pull on the rope should do it.
8. The sails are not answering to our pull on the ropes.
9. The horse answered to the slightest pull on the rein.
10. We shall have to pull on until our strength fails.
11. He popped the ring pull on another can of lager.
12. She took a long pull on her cigarette and sighed.
13. Don't pull on the cloth, it will tear.
14. He was not the most guilty man to pull on a navy-blue jersey, but he was hardly an angel either.
15. The newly created Reclamation Service exerted a magnetic pull on the best engineering graduates in the country.
16. When I pull on my coat, the tears are streaming down my face.
17. So pull on those thinking caps, get the vinyl out of the closet and start spinning those records.
18. We pull on our coats with bleary yanks as the alcohol works its universal spell, and bump out the door.
19. She gave a gentle pull on the reins, and the horse stopped.
20. Pull on those Rockports and head downtown for another Thursday night Art Walk.
21. She took a long pull on her cigarette, exhaled and coughed loudly.
22. I murmur as I pull on my shoes and stockings because now I will not have to walk barefoot over frozen mud.
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23. This idea works equally well as a blind pull on roller blinds.
24. A sharp pull on the whip and with luck it would spin.
25. They lay there watching me pull on warm clothes for the trip, making me feel uneasy and a little guilty.
26. But the old ways do not vanish overnight, so the traditional dance has a stronger pull on their hearts.
27. It was time for Hawick's action-man to cast his jacket aside, and pull on his V-neck.
28. This is made possible by whipping up speed with a continuous pull on the lines by the flyer.
29. You ring the doorbell, watching down the drive for any cars while you pull on your leather gloves.
30. In the initial stages the puppy is likely to pull on the leash by trying to rush ahead.