They have pulled out patients' teeth unnecessarily...
He pulled on a jersey...
Erica was solemn, pulling at her blonde curls...
I helped pull him out of the water...
Someone pulled her hair...
He knew he should pull the trigger, but he was suddenly paralysed by fear...
Pull as hard as you can...
I let myself out into the street and pulled the door shut.
Jack pulled the slip of paper from his shirt pocket...
Wade walked quickly to the refrigerator and pulled out another beer.
This is early-20th-century rural Sussex, when horses still pulled the plough...
He pulls a rickshaw, probably the oldest form of human taxi service.
Hughes pulled himself slowly to his feet...
He pulled his arms out of the sleeves...
She tried to pull her hand free...
Lillian brushed his cheek with her fingertips. He pulled away and said, 'Don't!'
He pulled to a stop behind a pickup truck...
The train pulled to a halt at the platform.
He pulled away, extending his lead to 15 seconds...
The six states he won in 1988 are the same states in which he has yet to pull ahead of his opponent.
If I wanted to improve the car significantly I would have to pull it apart and start again.
They had a fight. One of them pulled a gun on the other...
I pulled a knife and threatened her.
The organisers have to employ performers to pull a crowd.
Joe felt there was little he could do to help Betty, and his heart was pulling him elsewhere.
...the pull of gravity.
We're all pulling for each other because we're desperate to win the Cup back...
You know I've been pulling for you.
Dave pulled a back muscle and could barely kick the ball...
He suffered a pulled calf muscle.
Jeff leaned back and pulled on his cigarette.
Everyone saw the stunt you pulled on me.
What! A big bloke like you, beaten by his wife! Pull the other one; it's got bells on.