What is pull in?

  • (verb): Move into (a station) of trains.
    Synonyms: get in, move in, draw in
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on pull:

Pull Apart Basin
... A pull apart basin or strike-slip basin or rhombochasm is type of structural basin which is developed between two offset segments or at a flexure in a strike-slip fault or a transform fault ... A pull-apart develops where the sense of offset leads to extension, either at a right-stepping offset on a dextral sense fault or a left-stepping offset on a sinistral fault ... This geometry means that fault displacement will literally pull a section of crust apart and cause the extension ...
Accu Trigger - History
... (CEO of Savage Arms Company), wanted a rifle with a trigger with a crisp and creep-free trigger pull ... from 1.5 to 6 pounds (0.68 to 2.7 kg) of pull ... withstand being bumped and accidentally going off, even with the lowest trigger pull set ...
Mesa Boogie Mark Series - Mark II - Mark IIA
... separate master volume control for the lead mode, and various push/pull switches including Pull Bright, Pull Treble Shift, Pull Gain Boost, a separate Pull Bright for the lead mode, and of course, Pull Lead ...
Tranter (revolver) - Design/Operation
... Single Action mode, one had to first press the lower trigger, which would pull the hammer back and rotate the cylinder at this point one could fire the ... To fire more rapidly, one could pull both triggers simultaneously, making it a double action weapon ...
SIG MKMS - Other Features
... This was gauged by the force of pull on the trigger ... A short pull was for single shot and a long pull was for automatic fire ...

More definitions of "pull in":

  • (verb): Get or bring together.
    Synonyms: collect
  • (verb): Direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes.
    Synonyms: attract, pull, draw, draw in

Famous quotes containing the word pull:

    All plants move, but they don’t usually pull themselves out of the ground and chase you.
    Philip Yordan (b. 1913)

    While the white man keeps the impetus of his own proud, onward march, the dark races will yield and serve, perforce. But let the white man once have a misgiving about his own leadership, and the dark races will at once attack him, to pull him down into the old gulfs.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)