pull away


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Leinster dominated the third quarter and hit the front with a Jimmy Gopperth penalty and looked like they would pull away when Gopperth sent Dave Kearney over for a converted try (left).
Shaw made several attempts to pull away from his rival but this proved unsuccessful as they moved through halfway in 15 minutes.
Now there is nothing to indicate to passengers the fact the bus is ready to pull away.
Arizona's Andres Carrasco and Geoff Embry won three-set matches to help the Wildcats pull away for a 5-2 victory over Oregon in a Pac-10 men's tennis meet on Sunday.
The Giants led 12-2 in the first half but were pegged back by the break and did not pull away until the final quarter of the match, scoring three tries in the final six minutes.
Sometimes I pull away when he tries to kiss me or hold me, and he thinks I don't love him.
So when the Falcons failed to pull away in the first half of Saturday's Southern Section Div.
He wants to pull away from his commitment to speak this message, but he feels pressure from within to continue (Jer 20:7).
They then press an adhesive strip against an edge of the forest and pull away the strip.