Pardon the cliche but Dragged
Through The Generations really did have something for everyone.
a lot of acres with that harrow while I was a young man.
1 : to pull slowly or heavily <I dragged
my trunk across the room.
I selected the range U1:U2 and dragged
the Fill Handle.
The theory prediets that the two satellites LAGEOS and LAGEOS2 should be dragged
about 2 meters in the direction of Earth's rotation as they orbit.
In fact, it was filmed in San Antonio, Texas, during the trial of three racists who tethered a black man to their pickup and dragged
him to his death.
Shrieking with fear, a young woman whose car was being dragged
by a freight train frantically used her cellular phone to call her mother and 911.
This means that data can be dragged
and dropped from the SAS server, a Microsoft Excel file can be transferred to an MVS data table or to a SAS data table from UNIX to the PC.
Rojas had been shot five times - in the back and in the back of the head - then dragged
from the bar and dumped into the back alley, police said.
Simple field mappings are trivial to perform: input fields are simply dragged
and dropped on to the appropriate output field.
These components can then be dragged
from one subassembly to another.