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pull round

Restore or be restored to good health, as in It was good nursing that pulled him round so quickly, or Once on antibiotics, he pulled round quickly. [Late 1800s]
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Despite Nigel Jemson's ten-minute hat-trick at The Shay on Bank Holiday Monday, Town failed to pull round a 4-0 deficit, and then it was compounded last Saturday when they failed to build on an early Luke Rodgers strike and lost at home to Lincoln.
We are certain that N&P will pull round and we will stay with the present format.
He had to slam his brakes on and pull round Mr Ibberson who seemed "oblivious" to what was happening.
He's going to be a success at Liverpool and if we all stick together and pull round, we can do some great things at this club.
It was such a difficult time, one minute we thought he was going to pull round and the next he would take a turn for the worse.
Fishing a large halibut pellet on a hair in pacy water during a short midweek evening session, his first pull round made contact with a superb chub of 6lb 3oz, a new personal best and sensational fish from this stretch of the river.
Thankfully Gwen started to pull round - she's a very lovely lady.