pull along

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pull along heavily, like a heavy load against a resistance


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Garden Friends Pull Along Cuthbert the Caterpillar (pounds 14.
Avoid taking pull along bags as hand luggage and instead use a rucksack as this doesn't allow you to over pack.
Also, gravity's pull along the slope is less important than compression of the snow.
2 What did a Malaysian nicknamed King Tooth manage to pull along to a new world record for the heaviest weight pulled with teeth?
Jehovah rising into the air during a solo, his left foot sweeping up at his side to waist level, seems to pull along part of the earth, so powerful is the impetus.
Weighing in at approximately half the weight of a comparable steel trench shield, Speed Shore's steel frame APS is ideal for municipalities, utility companies, plumbers and contractors who generally use a rubber-tired backhoe or light excavator, yet desire a durable, high-capacity, lightweight shield to pull along the trench as work progresses.
While presidential candidates usually hope they have ``coattails'' that will help pull along members of their party farther down the ballot, Dole may be hoping for the opposite, that the popularity of senators and other Republicans will help him.