edge pull

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edge pull

A pull which is mortised into the edge of a sliding door.
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What can the committees on power pull off that will be beyond the reach of the Nigerian Electricity Regulation Commission and the supervisory ministry?
There's a lot of comedy and human warmth in the family, but there's also the darkness of how those in power pull the strings of everyday lives.
Deutz has invested in two dynamometer rooms, with 150 and 250 kW Taylor dynamometers to run every remanufactured engine through a 20-minute quick power pull test during which high and low idle are set and the engine is run up to its rated horsepower.
The pilot did not scan the attitude gyro, heading indicator, radar altimeter, turn needle or ball after the initial power pull and attitude setting for the instrument takeoff.
The second progression is the power pull or high pull.
But what these lean machines may lack in pure power pull unit by unit, they make up for in sheer numbers.
To prevent overshooting the deck, I needed an aggressive power pull, but I also hadn't gotten my nose around far enough.
Will girl power pull Katie, Lisa and Andrea through their man-shaped obstacles?
We climbed to 200 feet in a heartbeat and experienced the classic yaw to the right associated with such a massive power pull.
I made sure my nose was level, so the power pull put the lift vector in the right direction: straight up.
Total elapsed time was about 20 seconds from control swap to power pull.
I made my power pull into the wind for take-off and found myself excessively nose low, with an increasing angle of bank.