pull-back


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pull-back

[ˈpʊlbæk] N (Mil) → retirada f
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Today's reading bucked the August bounce in most producer sentiment measures after declines in June and July, but tracked the August pull-back in most consumer confidence measures after a climb to lofty July levels.
The Afghan Taliban said they were withdrawing from the centre of the northern city of Kunduz on Tuesday in order to protect civilians, emphasizing the pull-back was not a defeat.
"This is the first step in the pull-back of heavy weapons and will be carried out exclusively under the supervision and verification of the OSCE (the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe)," the statement said.
"The long-term view on the Dubai index remains on the upside, but for the short term we expect a corrective pull-back to occur again," NBAD Securities analyst Shiv Prakash said in a note.
The pipeline pull-back was carried out using an electric Tesmec CO3543 winch with 40,000 kg pull-back capacity and speeds between 0 and 7 ml/min.
With 12 minutes left, Matlock's Simon Barraclough was on the end of a pull-back to seal victory and severely dent Marine's play-off hopes.
"We always thought the price we were marketing it at precluded it as a hotel, but demand is so great and, because of the perceived or actual pull-back in the condo market, hotel buyers are willing to pay a lot for these sites." According to Forrest, the flattening of the condo market has yet to impact land prices that continue to remain extremely high in the city.
Martin Smith ended the contest when he scored from close range from a Josh Low pull-back, and Pedj Bojic headed home a fourth at the death.