Examples of pull in in a Sentence
a company that cannot manage to pull in costs will not be in business for very long
he was pulled in after a random traffic stop turned up drugs in his car
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Throughout the show, Van is in the middle of a lot of opposing forces—between class and wealth, race and culture, motherhood and independence—constantly being pulled in directions by people who believe them to be binary choices.
One of his stores is pulling in about 1,000 customers a day, a figure that would probably be higher if parking was more plentiful.
Also outside the Sunbelt, the Adams County, Pa., area that contains Gettysburg is pulling in retirees from Baltimore.
By pulling in the shape, color, and style of a piece, Ikea’s app can parse the aesthetic nuances that people might neglect when plugging a search term into Google.
The tightest labor market in years isn't pulling in all Americans.
At the close of February, Wanda Film's action comedy blockbuster Detective Chinatown 2, a ribald local spin on the Sherlock archetype, was 2018's frontrunner, having pulled in $454.5 million since Feb. 16.
Only Garten and her accountant know her net worth for sure, but various sites have estimated that Garten is pulling in big bucks.
Only two nonresidential building permits have been pulled in those tracts since 2006, officials told Abbott.
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