(v. t.) To transport by drawing, as with horses or oxen; as, to haul logs to a sawmill.
(v. i.) To change the direction of a ship by hauling the wind. See under Haul, v. t.
(v. t.) To pull apart, as oxen sometimes do when yoked.
(n.) A pulling with force; a violent pull.
(n.) A single draught of a net; as, to catch a hundred fish at a haul.
(n.) That which is caught, taken, or gained at once, as by hauling a net.
(n.) Transportation by hauling; the distance through which anything is hauled, as freight in a railroad car; as, a long haul or short haul.
(n.) A bundle of about four hundred threads, to be tarred.
(1) One tip was that he should not mention he was flying to Germany as "obviously" the environmentalists "hate short-haul flights".
(2) Suffice to say, it was a long, difficult haul with various scares and alarms along the way.
(3) Two more wins against the claret and blues of West Ham and Aston Villa would take Tottenham to 72 points, equalling their Premier League record haul set last season.
(4) They learned from a good example.” His replacement, Diego Costa, duly hauled the hosts level by scoring his 20th league goal of an impressive first campaign in English football from the penalty spot after John O’Shea tripped Cuadrado.
(5) After hauling the food back to the cottage, they drew up a rota for the cooking, with some preparing breakfast for the group, and others sharing the duties for lunch and dinner.
(6) Zack Snyder's comic-book reimagining, which opens in the UK and US this Friday, is being tipped for an impressive box office haul.
(7) In Northern Ireland, the APD charge is £13 for short haul, while the charge for long haul has been abolished.
(8) "Some of you may have heard we have a new judge this year," said Forsyth, summoning his finest brow-raise and hauling the audience at least temporarily on side by sheer force of showbiz will.
(9) Sir Bobby Charlton, who is now a United director, will not have his record haul of 49 England goals taken from him just yet.
(10) In early November, I was contacted by my good friend Jamie Stone, who said he wanted to go and offered his truck and trailer to haul supplies.
(11) "This is an important day for the United Kingdom, but you can't haul the country of the United Kingdom against the will of its people.
(12) Tory MPs aware of the discussions in the party point to a deal on cheap air passenger duty for long-haul flights from Belfast, announced last week, as the kind of offer that may persuade DUP MPs to back the boundary reforms.
(13) Over the following years, he was hauled in again and again, questioned over and over, before finally, he decided to leave.
(14) The committee's final haul accounted for about 20% of roughly $78m in contributions this election cycle.
(15) Politicians including the prime minister were highly visible during a Games that delivered the best British medal haul for more than a century, but practitioners such as Jon Glenn, head of youth and community at the Amateur Swimming Association, said: "The government needs to start showing by its actions that it values physical activity.
(16) Just when Poland seemed to be labouring, two touches of blissful simplicity hauled them level.
(17) Studies of transzonal travel indicate that desynchronization of performance and physiological rhythms occurs following long-haul flights.
(18) The army was equally quick to crack down, hauling offenders off for “attitude adjustment” or worse.
(19) Soldado could have embellished his open-play haul just before that but glanced a header inches wide from a Paulinho cross.
(20) The ones that are standing today were hauled back into place from the 1950s onwards.