Yes. If you start to act nervous, that's suspicious and usually means that you have something to hide.
Pulled is a verb as in to haul something in a particular direction.
The rope pulled over the branch is hampered by the rope's friction over the branch. The same rope pulled over a pulley is not affected by friction as the pulley wheel will turn as the rope is pulled.
it came from the heart
Red, there's something about it that just gets pulled over :-)
When safe and possible to do so, yes, you should get into the left lane. - this is a safer way of passing and should avoid an accident if the pulled over vehicle suddenly decides to pull out onto the roadway.
A carriage is usually a cart pulled by a horse. It can also mean the car pulled by a train, which can contain passengers or cargo.
usually after 30 minutes
It means to be carried or pulled into something.
if a horses ears are pulled back it usually means they're angry, distressed, annoyed, or unhappy.
A rope on a pulley (although technically you can't push the rope)
usually about 1 week to 6 weeks but it can be much longer depending on how bad you pulled it
Ductility - usually applied to metals.
That you had some assitance doing something
Something has to either be pushed or pulled by force.
it means its normal and very average something pulled from no where
Dissipate means when you pull something apart or something is getting forced/pulled apart.
Yes, the tooth fairy usually comes when you get teeth pulled at the dentist. This practice may be different in one town or another, so ask your family what usually happens in your neighborhood.
Getting pulled into a tornado is usually fatal.
it was pulled by horse and usually raced against other chariots
splice the wires
something called a "sprain" will happen
If you move in a certain way, or if you lift something that is too heavy for you.
It happened to me as well. you must have pulled a muscle