Matematiksel hesaplamalar yoluyla Le Verrier Uranüsün ötesindeki başka gezegenin varlığını tahmin etti. Bu gezegenin yer çekimi Uranüsün sıradışı hareketini açıkladı. - Through mathematical calculations, Le Verrier predicted the presence of another planet beyond Uranus. The gravitational pull of this planet would explain the unusual motion of Uranus.
As Blunt had said, the burning ship lay a good twelve miles from the Malabar, and the pull was a long and a weary one. Once fairly away from the protecting sides of the vessel that had borne them thus far on their dismal journey, the adventurers seemed to have come into a new atmosphere.
(02/08/25) "Mishima book ordered pulled"; The Tokyo District Court has ordered a publisher to stop selling a book that depicts a homosexual affair with Yukio Mishima A red car pulled up near my house He pulled to a stop behind a truck (by Nikkei)
direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes; "Her good looks attract the stares of many men"; "The ad pulled in many potential customers"; "This pianist pulls huge crowds"; "The store owner was happy that the ad drew in many new customers"
This describes the motion of balls in a split roll shot Under some conditions the balls do not travel along their intended lines but curve slightly back together (towards the aiming line) This is caused by side spin developed in the roll shot
Frequently used to describe data sent over the Internet; the act of requesting data from another computer Example: using your web browser to access a specific page Contrast to "push" technology when data is sent to you without a specific request being made
When you pull an object from a bag, pocket, or cupboard, you put your hand in and bring the object out. Jack pulled the slip of paper from his shirt pocket Wade walked quickly to the refrigerator and pulled out another beer
To request data from another program or computer The opposite of pull is push, where data is sent without a request being made The terms push and pull are used frequently to describe data sent over the Internet The World Wide Web is based on pull technologies, where a page isn't delivered until a browser requests it Increasingly, however, Information services are harnessing the Internet to broadcast information using push technologies
To pull crowds, viewers, or voters means to attract them. The organisers have to employ performers to pull a crowd. Pull in means the same as pull. They provided a far better news service and pulled in many more viewers She is still beautiful, and still pulling them in at sixty
If you pull something apart, you break or divide it into small pieces, often in order to put them back together again in a different way. If I wanted to improve the car significantly I would have to pull it apart and start again
When a vehicle, animal, or person pulls a cart or piece of machinery, they are attached to it or hold it, so that it moves along behind them when they move forward. This is early-20th-century rural Sussex, when horses still pulled the plough
When you pull something, you hold it firmly and use force in order to move it towards you or away from its previous position. They have pulled out patients' teeth unnecessarily Erica was solemn, pulling at her blonde curls I helped pull him out of the water Someone pulled her hair He knew he should pull the trigger, but he was suddenly paralysed by fear Pull as hard as you can I let myself out into the street and pulled the door shut. Pull is also a noun. The feather must be removed with a straight, firm pull
If someone pulls a gun or a knife on someone else, they take out a gun or knife and threaten the other person with it. They had a fight. One of them pulled a gun on the other I pulled a knife and threatened her
apply force so as to cause motion towards the source of the motion; "Pull the rope"; "Pull the handle towards you"; "pull the string gently"; "pull the trigger of the gun"; "pull your kneees towards your chin"
to pull oneself up by one's bootstraps: see bootstraps to pull a face: see face to pull someone's leg: see leg to pull your punches: see punch to pull rank: see rank to pull out all the stops: see stop to pull strings: see string to pull your weight: see weight to pull the wool over someone's eyes: see wool
If you pull yourself or pull a part of your body in a particular direction, you move your body or a part of your body with effort or force. Hughes pulled himself slowly to his feet He pulled his arms out of the sleeves She tried to pull her hand free Lillian brushed his cheek with her fingertips. He pulled away and said, `Don't!'
1 (aka: "yank", "jerk") a shot that goes to the left of the intended line for a right-handed player 2 to select a club or remove it from the bag Opposite of 'push' Example: 1 "I pulled my putt slightly, but it still went in " 2 "The gallery went silent as he pulled out his driver "
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