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A BBC insider said: "There was all that fuss over how much Vanessa was holding out for when Kilroy waited to pull off a deal that puts hers in the shade.
We knew his temperament was good but we were not sure at the start of the season if he could pull off those match-winning saves.
GORDON STRACHAN watched his side pull off a breathtaking 2-1 Scottish Cup revenge win in Inverness - then admitted he never saw it coming.
But somewhere along the line they were able to collect themselves in time to pull off a dramatic 23-25, 23-25, 25-23, 27-25, 15-8 victory to remain unbeaten after two league matches.
75million left-back helped Norwegian champs Rosenborg pull off a shock 2- 1 win on AC Milan's hallowed turf in last season's Champions League group
Toxic Grind' is more than just learning how to pull off tricks.
ROSS JACK reckons Elgin can pull off an upset - if they recreate their Highland League days.
Dons boss Allen needed keeper Lee Harper to pull off a string of spectacular saves to ensure his side avoided embarrassment.
I wanted to see if I could pull off a PG movie, and I got close and pulled off a PG-13 movie.
Six are reserved for racing, each filled with big jumps and tight turns that will allow gamers to test their ability to pull off big stunts.
Zurawski's 87th minute header left the Northern Ireland players gutted after a superb defensve display almost saw them pull off the best result of Lawrie Sanchez's reign.
B) It's the endeavor that will drive ``Pearl Earring'' and ``Lost in Translation'' lass Scarlett Johansson to ponder how to pull off her own perfect score: the systematic obliteration of every print in existence.
Players can grind off the curbs on San Francisco's world-famous curvy Lombard Street, jump off cannons in Moscow's Red Square, roll over taxis in London or pull off insane tricks in the empty swimming pools of a Miami hotel.
He's been with the Dumbarton club for 15 years - first as a player then manager - and would love to help them pull off a shock win in today's Scottish Cup replay against Rob Roy.
The German-born keeper, who had the choice of playing for any of the four Home Nations, believes this Northern Ireland team will go down as living legends if they manage to pull off a massive World Cup upset against England's big named stars.