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A pull is a force that acts in the direction of the origin of the force.

Pull may also refer to:


  • Pull buoy, used for arms-only training in swimming
  • Pull shot, a batting stroke in cricket when a batsman hits a short ball to a leg, often to or over the boundary
  • A phase of a swim stroke in swimming
  • A throw-off in ultimate
  • In contract bridge, "pull" is a term for a calculated removal the opponents' trumps.
  • The Hope College Pull, an annual tug-of-war competition at Hope College in Holland, Michigan


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