- to pull up
to pull out
to draw out by suction
- v.拉,拖,拔 n.拉,拖,拉力,牵引力
- v.拉,曳,牵,画,绘制,拖曳 vt.汲取,领取,提取,引起,吸引 vi.向...移动,挨近 n.平局,和局,拖曳
- adj.外面的,下台的,出局的 adv.在外,出声地,显露出来地,明显地,从头至尾地 n.外面,外出,外观 vt.赶出,击倒,使退场 vi.外出,暴露 prep.通过
- He was compelled to pause for frequent rests when he attacked the muskeg berries and rush-grass patches.
- He's pulling something out of his waistband.
- He tried to wrench it back but the muck sucked viciously at his foot as if it were a giant leech.
- To consolidate and expand his power base he promoted many taiwanese to key positions in the government and kmt leadership and supported influential but notorious native candidates in various elections.
- In order to increase the number of female representatives the selection committee decided to discriminate in favour of women for three years.
- A soldier came up to her with a drawn saber.
- Having a tooth out on the national health.
- Sennacherib king of assyria went back to his place at nineveh.
- So sennacherib king of assyria went back to his place at nineveh.
- At the mere mention of the subject he went hog wild and pulled out a gun.
- The good: open-ended stealth action gameplay lets you sneak or run and gun; beautifully crafted mission set pieces seem appropriately big and complex; large variety of realistic weapons but they're not the only way to do the job; good replay value for a single-player-only game.
- Why does a viola player have to be tough?
- There are many interesting things in the tug of war competitions in china and abroad.
- But the lord said if you have faith like a mustard seed you would have said to this sycamine tree be uprooted and be planted in the sea; and it would have obeyed you.
- Selection and competition for leading posts.