pull-through

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n pull-through cleaning implement consisting of an oily rag attached by a cord to a weight; is pulled through the barrel of a rifle or handgun to clean it
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Quotations

  • Jeff Valdez
    Jeff Valdez
    “Cats are smarter than dogs. You can not get eight cats to pull a sled through snow.”

Usage

In literature:

The doctor doubted if he would pull through.
"The Tysons" by May Sinclair
You are in uncommonly good condition for a chap who has just pulled through fever and a bullet hole.
"In Friendship's Guise" by Wm. Murray Graydon
We have pulled through.
"A Man's Woman" by Frank Norris
I'm telling you frankly, for you'd see through me if I pretended to take you out for a walk and then pulled you into a house.
"Red Pepper's Patients" by Grace S. Richmond
When he pulls through with the fever, he will most likely be sent abroad, for rest to his throat.
"Prince Fortunatus" by William Black
I dare say I shall pull through.
"The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes" by Israel Zangwill
Disappointed about hospital; could not go through thoroughly; some there who won't pull through, I'm afraid.
"Woman's Endurance" by A.D.L.
She would pull through.
"Sally Bishop" by E. Temple Thurston
It may take a month for that gap to heal, but if you're careful he'll pull through.
"Ben Blair" by Will Lillibridge
They would not care a rap whether I pulled through or not.
"From the Housetops" by George Barr McCutcheon
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In poetry:

Then, hurrah, boys, or losing or winning,
What matter what labour we spend?
Hard on to it, catch the beginning,
And pull it clean through to the end.
"My Boating Song" by Horace Smith
Hurrah, boys, or losing or winning,
Feel your stretchers and make the blades bend;
Hard on to it, catch the beginning,
And pull it clean through to the end.
"My Boating Song" by Horace Smith
Hurrah, Hall! Hall, now you're winning,
Feel your stretchers and make the blades bend;
Hard on to it, catch the beginning,
And pull it clean through to the end.
"My Boating Song" by Horace Smith
At the last, whether losing or winning,
This thought with all memories blend,--
We forgot not to catch the beginning,
And we pulled it clean through to the end.
"My Boating Song" by Horace Smith
IV The hill… The trees… From underneath
I feel You pull me with your hand:
Through my firm feet up to my heart
You hold me, — You are in the land,
Reposing underneath the hill.
"Gravity" by Harold Munro
What, though you dwell in lowly cot,
And share through life a humble lot?
Some thousands wealth and fame have got,
Yet know no rest:
They build, pull down, and scheme and plot,
And die unblest.
"Epistle To The Labouring Poor" by Patrick Branwell Bronte

In news:

Support helped Jones family pull through .
Community helps man pull through .
Support helped Jones family pull through.
Just the two God given hands to pull that rake through the leaves.
) and then just pull the wax through the shape of the curls .
Bryant Jennings hopped through the ropes, walked over to his grandmother, and pulled her in for an embrace.
We went through an old buying guide of Electronic House from 1989 to pull out some old gems.
Justus DeWinkler pulls through on a run through the Cougar line Friday night.
Pull with our lower arm, push with the upper one, and draw the paddle through the water parallel to the canoe.
Pulling the handle through the small of your back to your lead hip will increase the degree of rotation for a 360.
The more movies I sit through, the more I believe that one of the most difficult acts to pull off in all of cinema is simply being entertaining.
Justin Bieber was pulled over last night around 6:30 pm while cruising through West Hollywood.
The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute says the 18-day effort known as "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" begins Friday and runs through Sept 3.
Here's an earlier video of " Pull Through" performed live.
This is a rare occurrence in Morgan, so students were thrilled and kids all through the county pulled out their sleds and made the most of it.
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In science:

Given a measure ν on ∂D, let ˜ν = Φ∗ ν be the pull-back of ν through Φ.
The characterization of the Carleson measures for analytic Besov spaces: a simple proof
As in the case of Pt2 adsorption the added row construction gets pulled towards Pt4 through Pt-Ti(iv) interaction.
A theoretical analysis of small Pt particles on rutile TiO$_2$(110) surfaces
Denote by p∗A → (M × R) the pull-back of A → M through the pro jection onto the first component p : M × R → M .
Jacobi structures in supergeometric formalism
We have used the regularity condition (2.2) to invoke the pull-through property of conditional expectation.
Matrix Concentration Inequalities via the Method of Exchangeable Pairs
For the third relation, expand the square and invoke the pull-through property of conditional expectation.
Matrix Concentration Inequalities via the Method of Exchangeable Pairs
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