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  • Puller later recalled the first time his father saw him in the hospital.
  • He is a crowd puller any day, making him one of the most popular and powerful artist in Africa.
  • Years later he was promoted to the camera department as focus puller.
  • A short length of trace chain completed his simple post-puller. Cited from Hiram The Young Farmer, by Burbank L. Todd
  • He was the local list puller for his party.
  • He had worked there for almost twenty years when Herbert died, and is now the rock-puller.
  • This competition arrangement gave rise to an additional crew position, that of the flag puller.
  • His father worked as a curtain puller at the local theatre, to which his two sons accompanied him.
  • He set aside his career and started a district-wide movement for the justice of the poor rickshaw puller.
  • After their breakup, several band members went on to form the Christian rock band Puller.
  • Though the film wasn't a crowd puller during its initial release, it eventually did have poor box-office overall.
  • The crew will wait until the focus puller calls out "gate is clean."
  • A major crowd-puller, it involves a complete evening performance by popular artists from diverse field.
  • Because of these factors, some production personnel consider the focus puller to have the most difficult job on set.
  • The "puller-in" was not going to lose him thus easily, however. Cited from The Young Bridge-Tender, by Arthur M. Winfield
  • A hundred yards away, I saw the boat-puller pass a rifle to the hunter. Cited from The Sea Wolf, by Jack London
  • I just want to show you that you're a punk stunt-puller. Cited from Tom Slade's Double Dare, by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • The command relationship between Hall and Puller and their merged battalion is still studied in military schools.
  • In action during the day, Puller was wounded several times and was evacuated.
  • Then the puller starts to move along the y axis in the positive direction.
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Words starting with puller

Meaning of puller

  • noun Someone who applies force so as to cause motion toward herself or himself
  • noun Someone who pulls or tugs or drags in an effort to move something