The snow in places was as granular and hard to pull through as sand, and only one sledge could be moved at a time, so that on some days many hours' work only made 2 m.
Another approximation is, therefore, to be made, when necessary, by correcting the expression of the pull through taking account of the variations of the elements already determined, which will give a yet nearer approximation to the truth.
A short rest, feed and carbide fettle followed before an enjoyable pull through down five lovely pitches.
She had a major op last Wednesday which she managed to pull through?
Your veterinarian is the only person qualified to predict how well your senior cat might pull through such a serious operation based on its unique health history.
Then pass the wide end beneath the tie's outer layer and pull through.
Larger chunks of hair are more difficult to pull through the cap's holes; if you have a helping hand or are experienced enough to do it yourself, consider using sheets of highlighting foil instead.
Then feed one side of the shoe lace up under the inside of the shoe and pull through the top eyelet.
The other shoe lace is the main lace - pull through underneath and straight across to form a bar for each eyelet.
Yarn over again and pull through all three loops on the hook.
Yarn over again and pull through two loops that are on the hook, leaving two loops.
Her early days were marked by serious health threats, and doctors were concerned about her ability to pull through.
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