Pulling may refer to:

  • Pulling (film), a 2004 American film
  • Pulling (TV series), a 2000s British TV series
  • Truck pulling and tractor pulling, a motor sport

Other articles related to "pulling":

Subwavelength-diameter Optical Fibre - Manufacturing
... Special pulling machines accomplish the process ... Before pulling a fibre, its coating is removed (the fibre is stripped) ... is fixed at two ends on the movable translation stages of the pulling machine ...
List Of The 72 Shaolin Martial Arts - Nail-Pulling Skill
... The Nail-Pulling Skill (拔釘功, Bá dīng gōng) allows the practitioner to attack his opponent's acupuncture points by using locks with the thumb, forefinger and middle finger ... Training involves pulling out regular nails from a board of unabi or jujube wood ...
Cleavage Enhancement - Mistakes
... Using a skin pulling technique and pulling the skin too tightly or wearing a bra that is too small in the cup size will create excessive bulges either side of the cleavage, which will look obviously pushed out of shape ... Either pulling the skin too little or showing too much of the peaks of the bulges created by a skin pulling technique may cause the curvature of the cleavage to be visibly different from the curve that ...
Mane (horse) - Pulling
... Pulling also makes the mane more manageable, as a pulled mane is less likely to get tangled than a natural one ... Most horses do not object to mane pulling, and willingly stand for the process ... can help desensitize the area during the pulling process ...

Famous quotes containing the word pulling:

    I shan’t be pulling the levers there but I shall be a very good back-seat driver.
    Margaret Thatcher (b. 1925)

    The Schofield Kid: It don’t seem real, how he ain’t gonna never breathe again, ever. How he’s dead, and the other one, too. All on account of pulling a trigger.
    Will Munny: It’s a hell of a thing, killing a man. You take away all he’s got and all he’s ever gonna have.
    David Webb Peoples, screenwriter. The Schofield Kid (Jaimz Woolvett)

    As for conforming outwardly, and living your own life inwardly, I do not think much of that. Let not your right hand know what your left hand does in that line of business. It will prove a failure.... It is a greater strain than any soul can long endure. When you get God to pulling one way, and the devil the other, each having his feet well braced,—to say nothing of the conscience sawing transversely,—almost any timber will give way.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)