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pulling

[′pu̇l·iŋ]
(electronics)
An effect that forces the frequency of an oscillator to change from a desired value; causes include undesired coupling to another frequency source or the influence of changes in the oscillator load impedance.
(petroleum engineering)
Withdrawing sucker rods and production tubing from a pumping well prior to cleaning out or replacing parts of the pump.

pulling

In painting, the resistance to movement while brushing, resulting from high viscosity of the paint.
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Hair pulling generally takes place in one or more areas, with the most common site being the scalp, and other popular regions being pubic hair and facial hair such as the eyebrows, eyelashes, and beard (6).
Aside from pulling back the vessel, Kimmayong said they also discharged water from the forward section to lighten the vessel.
"The Oil Pulling Miracle" is detailing the simple process of oil pulling, including when to do it; how long to swish the oil in your mouth; other oral care techniques that complement it such as tongue scraping; and explains the specific health benefits of 10 different cold-pressed oils that can be used in oil pulling, from traditional sesame oil to vitamin-packed pumpkin seed oil to highly popular coconut oil, allowing readers to choose the best oil for their needs.
Oil pulling draws its roots from Ayurveda, which is an age-old healthcare system indigenous to India.
Buy organic cold-pressed sesame oil or coconut oil and use a tablespoon of it in your mouth daily for oil pulling.
Harnesses that are designed for the job of pulling need to fit perfectly, be comfortable for the dog, and include padding, particularly in the neck area.
If your dog wants to explore a tempting bush or fire hydrant and you let him pull you over to it, he's reached his goal and learned that pulling gets him something he wants.
THIS EDITION OF Fit to Hunt targets a very important part of your bowhunting body--the pulling muscles.
Chennai, Feb.6 (ANI): In a bid to enter record books, a six-year-old Malaysian-Indian boy wowed crowds at a Chennai beach on Friday by pulling a 1,500 kilogram car with eight passengers in it.
Described as ideal for pulling CIPP liners, fold and form liners, conventional and specialty sliplining, CCTV and cable through innerduct, the new winch can pull up to 3,280 feet of 3/8-inch cable at pulling speeds of up to 160 feet per minute.
He says he keeps the hair strong by rubbing it with mustard oil and pulling cars and other heavy objects.
The main features of the disorder include recurrent hair pulling with noticeable hair loss or thinning; tension or uncomfortable feelings (for example, itch or urge) prior to pulling; and some sense of pleasure, gratification, or relief as a result of the pulling.