Whatever the reason, I cannot draw forth the information we need.
It was as if these things were being drawn forth for his inspection.
She reached into the bag and drew forth a white bottle.
He drew forth a handkerchief and held it out to his brother.
I drew forth my cards and held Random's before me.
With his free left hand, the old man drew forth a small stack of papers.
Long, firm hands drew forth a mass of black cloth.
Now, any mention of it seems to draw forth emotion.
I turned the flap down and drew forth the photos.
The old man tore open the end of the envelope and drew forth the paper.
Companies must find new ways to tap into their workers, he said.
On the phone, she could hear him tapping information into the computer.
He showed me how to tap into the right kind of energy.
Many schools have already tapped into the growing older population.
"You mean they haven't got something for kids to tap into phone lines?"
Indeed, these stories are tapping into something new in our culture.
But how many people are able to tap into all this information?
But tapping into that money may present more than a few problems.
I'd tapped into her power a few times to save lives, but the cost had been high.
How we tap into the spirit is up to each of us as an individual.
Maybe she was trying to cut free on several levels.
And he's compromised himself so much that I just don't see how he can possibly cut free.
The first man cut free, of course, had all the advantages.
The road, which is popular with tourists, was closed while the men were cut free.
If the man was cut free before he'd been brought low enough to beg for mercy, he would have won.
They made no sense, except his heart said to cut free.
She wasn't alive inside, not to me, so I was cut free.
He turned in time to see the flailing man cut free.
I also know they've never been cut free to do what they know-not once.
She felt eviscerated, as though he had become part of her and was being cut free.