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trac′tor pull`


n.
a contest in which tractors compete to pull the heaviest load.
[1985–90]
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Visitors to the working field at the annual County of Salop Steam Engine Society's Rally taking place at Onslow Park, Shrewsbury on August 25-26, will be treated to some exciting tractor pulling.
The event included displays of classic, vintage and modern trucks (including ERF and Foden vehicles), cars, motorbikes and tractors, along with steam traction engines, lawnmower racing, tractor pulling, horticultural working demonstrations, a falconry display, Punch and Judy show, children's funfair, trade stands and refreshment stalls.
Tractor pull to defy the elements A TRACTOR pulling event that was rained off last weekend has been rearranged for later this month.
He struck the rear of a 2011 International truck tractor pulling a 2007 Great Dane semi trailer.
While tractor pulling may represent the present and future, the Harrisburg Area Museum offered a novel experience of the past.
In the future a tractor pulling a subsoiler will hit the cables, killing the tractor driver and damaging a key piece of national infrastructure.
Karachi: At least 42 people were killed and 17 wounded in southern Pakistan on Sunday when a bus travelling to Karachi collided with a tractor pulling a trolley, police said.
2, also includes farm animals, arts and crafts, horse, oxen and tractor pulling and even a donut eating contest.
According to dpa, the accident at Sfantu Gheorghe, 150 kilometres north of Bucharest, involved a tractor pulling a trailer with 15 farmers, some of whom managed to jump off and escape injury, the report said.
"We're pleased to be returning to the Stoneleigh grounds following the success of last year's event and we have lined up some fantastic entertainment for the main ring such as Chariots of Fire and tractor pulling shows and a grand parade of livestock.
Foley, 24, whose responsibilities included preparing the Newmarket gallops and who was a popular figure in the town, died in July 2007 while driving a tractor pulling a trailer on a farm at Snetterton, Norfolk.