Pulled

  • (adj): Drawn toward the source of the force.
    Example: "This exercise must be done with the arms pulled back"

Some articles on pulled:

Sonisphere Festival - Sonisphere 2010 - United Kingdom - Band Dropouts
... Outcry Collective pulled out due to the band breaking up ... Municipal Waste pulled out due to exhaustion and injury ... Fastway pulled out due to band members' other commitments ...
Photographs From The Stroop Report
... department heads of the armament firm Brauer" Nr.6 "Forcibly pulled out of dug-outs" "Forcibly pulled out of dug-outs" Nr.7 "To the transshipping place" Nr.8 "Search and interrogation" Nr.9 "Jew ...
2006 Grand National - Non-finishers
... Unseated 16th (water jump) Garvivonnian Pulled up 17th Lord Of Illusion Pulled up Iris Royal Pulled up 18th Shotgun Willy Pulled up 19th Cornish Rebel Pulled up Le ...
Pulka
... low-slung small toboggan used in sport or for transport, pulled by a dog or a skier, or in Lapland pulled by reindeer ... used by families with small children on skiing trips (small children being pulled by the parents) ...
Los Angeles Limited - Pulling Power
... In the early years the train was pulled by 4-6-2 Pacific types, while in the 1920s and 1930s the 4-8-2 Mountain type was the usual engine ... In the last years 4-8-4 Northern types pulled the train east of Ogden while diesels were used west of there ... North Western 4-6-2 Pacific, 4-6-4 Hudson and 4-8-4 Northern types pulled the train ...

Famous quotes containing the word pulled:

    “If I hit him, he’ll hit me too,” Anton Petrovich thought in a flash. He pulled off the glove with a final yank and threw it awkwardly at Berg. The glove slapped against the wall and dropped into the washstand pitcher.
    “Good shot,” said Berg.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    By day, Structuralists constructed the structure of meaning and pondered the meaning of structure. By night, Deconstructivists pulled the cortical edifice down. And the next day the Structuralists started in again.
    Tom Wolfe (b. 1931)

    And New York is the most beautiful city in the world? It is not far from it. No urban night is like the night there.... Squares after squares of flame, set up and cut into the aether. Here is our poetry, for we have pulled down the stars to our will.
    Ezra Pound (1885–1972)