Pulling-in sentence example
Quite a few, and they're pulling in everyone from the east coast to Miami and Orlando.
Greene was pulling in the Horsemen.
If you are not pulling in the big bucks, it is important.
For instance, in 1990 hedge funds were pulling in less than $50 billion per year and now they account for about $1.7 trillion in investments.
Nintendogs, one of the best-selling video games of all time, hooked a wide audience of gamers and non-gamers alike and set a record for pulling in a 21% female crowd.Advertisement
Before you know it, you'll be pulling in awards left and right for things that took absolutely no effort.
Another technique involves applying weights pulling in the opposite direction.
The act of hair pulling in trichotillomania is often ritualistic.
The hair pulling in trichotillomania can be differentiated from that in OCD in that the hair pulling in trichotillomania is an impulse behavior where in OCD it is a repetitive act performed as part of an obsession.
So, if you execute a right two step, then you would step your right foot out to the front, close with your left, take another forward step with your right, and once again meet your feet together by pulling in your left.Advertisement
Not only is this SI's most sought after issue, it's also its biggest revenue generator, pulling in an estimated $35 million for the 2005 edition alone.
That does not mean it cures diabetes, but it means an important force pulling in the other direction than the disease.
Of course, the ultimate result any rating can have is seen in the show's life span - if it lasts, it's clearly pulling in the right numbers.
You've probably seen SUV owners pulling in and backing out of parking spots, trying to get their vehicle properly aligned.
American Idol was once the reigning champion of all competition reality shows, pulling in viewer numbers that beat some of the better scripted programs.Advertisement