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But as they said it I felt something being pulled round my neck.
In front of the window, two chairs had been pulled round to face the sofa.
A normal horse, pulled round so hard, might have fallen.
Taylor, in his report to the police, said that he did pull round Gross.
He should pull round but we need some one to monitor him in case there's a significant change."
Had the whole hospital, the whole city made such a night of it that they'd not pulled round yet?
I pull round the next document on the Treasury tag.
He started the engine and then pulled round on Sepulveda to head back east.
In an instant the boat was pulling round close under the stern.
Behind it two more headlights came into view as a second vehicle pulled round the bend.
'This chap ought to be got away before he pulls round.
John puts his face down on the table, his arms pulled round to hide it.
'Whether she'll pull round or not depends a lot on her digestion.
'The poor man was just beginning to pull round after his operation,' Keelan said.
And they never pulled round to actually doing it
"I guess you wouldn't think so if you'd been pulled round as I was when they set my leg.
The country pulling round and becoming prosperous again-industry finding its feet.
The pilot could get on my tail in a single turn, so tightly was he able to pull round."
The Vectra, barely two miles ahead now, was pulling round south in a tight circle.
He thought of Uncle Walter in hospital with the curtains pulled round his bed.
I pulled round inside onto his tail and he dived away towards Sicily.
I mean when the conductor pulls round that long stick with an iron wheel on the top of it."
He seems to be pulling round,' Marx said.
After more than three years at the Manor, he had managed to pull round the farms and get the timber business running smoothly.
To the left, I could see the longboat from the island, pulling round the curve of the headland.
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