Marie, people need only look back a few years to see how the city can pull together
to face adversity.
We've got ourselves in a bit of a mess, and we just need to pull together
to get ourselves out of it.
Lyndsay Jones of the Trust said: "We all need to pull together
now for the club.
Arctic Research Commission collaborated to pull together
the secret data and arrange for their release.
We have to have a better season next time and pull together
to do that.
But David Kilshaw, one of the men behind the organisation, said the industry now had to pull together
in the face of worldwide competition.
The editors' introduction reads a little like a master's thesis as they try to pull together
themes held in common in all the stories.
REBNY is beginning to pull together
a listing system under the auspices of the residential brokerage committee and the guiding hands of Nancy Packes, president of Feathered Nest, whose long-respected rental company recently went the other way and added sales to its services.
But the boys literally have to pull together
to help each other through various adventures, from an encounter with flirtatious girls to helping set up a carnival, avoiding lightening strikes in a storm, and being chased by drunken rednecks--just about everything except snakebite, in fact.