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Salman has pulled off a brilliant action sequence with a pack of wolves
Lewis had already pulled off another point blank shot to keep out Jones before Shrews boss Micky Mellon changed his entire starting line-up on the hour.
Williams, in goal for the second half, pulled off another good save and Town had to clear one off the line.
Weale pulled off an excellent save, diving low to his left to keep out Clarke's low spot kick.
For this purpose cores 50 mm diameter are drilled in the topping and pulled off from the base layer.
Belgian police on Wednesday recovered part of a $50-million diamond heist pulled off just under three months ago on the Brussels airport tarmac, press reports said.
Cunliffe pulled off a similar rescue act after trailing Rhos Park 5-3, Kerrie Jones (21-11) helping tip the aggregate 147-145 despite Daniel Jones'' 21-13 best for Rhos.
WALES was at the centre of some incredible sporting drama yesterday as Swansea secured the final place in next season's Premier League, while England's cricketers pulled off a miraculous first Test victory over Sri Lanka in Cardiff.
Coventry captain Hugh Kenney Herbert had to pull off a fine goal-line stop as Olton fought back in the second half but the action quickly switched to the other end as Leadbetter pulled off several excellent saves - the best a remarkable stop from Robbie Astin's powerful drag flick - and Kettley was denied by Adam Smith's desperate intervention.
WHICKHAM bowler Brett Arkley pulled off a shock result at the Potters Holiday World Indoor Singles Championship in Great Yarmouth by knocking out Mervyn King - but had no time to celebrate as he rushed off afterwards to find some digs, writes MATT LESLIE.
Under 14 Hall Green 4 Westend Lions 3 WESTEND almost pulled off a superb win on the league-leaders' home ground.
The GBP/JPY has pulled off of its recent high, found support and has begun to move back up.