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pull

1. a period of rowing
2. a single stroke of an oar in rowing
3. the act of pulling the ball in golf, cricket, etc.
4. the act of checking or reining in a horse

What does it mean when you dream about pulling?

Pulling in a dream can be a direct reflection of exerting effort in one’s waking life. If we dream about being pulled, it represents our sense of being influenced, of being “pulled” in a certain direction. The dream might also be drawing on a idiomatic sense of pull, as in “pulling strings,” to “have pull,” to “pull something off,” to “pull together,” or to “pull rank.”

pull

A handle for opening a door, window, drawer, etc.

pull

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Never was there a greater need to pull something special out of the bag than on Sunday.
So I'm trying to pull something really incredible out of the bag.
But the rest of the boys have got to pick themselves up now and try to pull something out on Sunday.
Southampton spied an opportunity to pull something out of the match in the last 20 minutes but there was no way back after Gudjohnsen finished off a smart move with a clipped shot across Niemi and into the far corner eight minutes from time
If anyone can pull something out of the bag, it's my old Middlesboro team-mate Alan Moore.
He's the sort of player who can pull something out of the hat from nothing.
Fergie needs to pull something out of the bag quickly because Eric Djemba Djemba, Kleberson, Nicky Butt and even Phil Neville have all tried to nail down a spot without success.
NICK FOX, of the Racing Post's Trading Bureau, is on the brink of landing the pounds 4,000 Racing Post/Coral Naps competition for the jumps season unless one of his nearest pursuers can pull something out of the fire on the final day.
It takes a great deal of skill to pull something like this off for laughs and not just have the audience sit there, mouths scraping the floor, wondering what in the name of God they're supposed to be feeling.
WITH all these British Olympians grabbing gold, Joey Barton will have to pull something spectacular out of the bag to challenge for Sports Personality of the Year.
The 28-year-old South African, who captured his first major title at Augusta in April, said: "Athletes prepare all their lives for what is going to happen on the course, but nobody really prepares you for what happens if you pull something like that off.
They are one of those sides that can do anything and pull something magical out of the bag.