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Old 01-16-2013, 06:31 AM   #539
sureshs
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Originally Posted by Povl Carstensen View Post
Thank you for the example, which I think shows that you are talking about backwards, which I think no one else here is implying when they use the word in. Perhaps we are better of with the term across.
Yes, across is much better than yank or pull in as it is more accurate.
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