He ordered his rowers to pull towards
the shore, as if to effect a landing.
My choices are usually reds that pull toward
the brown and orange spectrum.
Nothing miraculous happened in that moment, but I felt a pull toward
a place I had just laid my eyes upon, and a community I had never met.
Father Snider said he always felt a pull toward
Legs dangling below, he conjures the strength for one last pull toward
Many converts feel a pull toward
Catholicism they can't quite put into words.
According to Susskind, in the notso-distant future, the legal profession will be driven by a pull toward
the commoditization of legal services and the development of new legal technologies.
U2 has defied the gravitational pull toward
destruction," said Guggenheim, an Oscar winner for "An Inconvenient Truth" who also made the 2008 musical documentary "It Might Get Loud," featuring U2 guitarist The Edge, Jimmy Page and Jack White.
Once wings level, I started a max performance, 7.5G pull toward
the horizon with the aircraft at 465 knots, 80-degrees nose low, and 4,800 feet AGL.
After all these talents accomplished on the outside, what propels their strong pull toward
the homeland and its heritage?
Once individual roles and goals are defined, everyone can pull toward
the vision and execute with focus.
If he smells the vapors that come off of a gun or illegal substance, he will pull toward
the scent with both front paws, which signals his human partner.
Broz has continued to feel the pull toward
sacramental ministry in her work as a pastoral associate, retreat director, and spiritual director.
The compendium hangs together because of her unfailing warmth of appreciation for the human phenomena she records: the steady pull toward
the "particularly difficult virtue" of compassion and the continual "shock of human surprise and wonder" that anything should exist at all.
The combined effects of South Yemen's loss of Soviet support and the new found oil wealth in disputed border areas produced a new pull toward