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pull-out in Newspapers, printing, publishing topic

pull-outˈpull-out, pullout /ˈpʊlaʊt/ noun [countable]  1 LEAVE A PLACEthe act of an army, business etc leaving a particular place The pull-out of troops will begin soon.2 TCNpart of a book or magazine that is designed to be removed and read separately a pull-out on home PCs
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pull-outThe Euro pull-out completed the most dramatic day in politics since Mrs Thatcher was toppled.In 1990, for example, pull-out of a bilateral donor caused a funding shortfall of an important multilateral programme.There are no separate, pull-out special education classes here.Those days we bought gallon jugs of Gallo with pull-out corks or screwed-on lids.