Definition of Hauled:
move, pull to another spot
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Sentence/Example of Hauled:
This lonely mushroom wasn’t the haul, mind you, but rather an indicator.
People who are resourceful and come up with ways of managing changing conditions personally or professionally do better over the long haul.
I think we are in this for the long haul, and the more we integrate technology and the sooner we do it, the more we are serving students and keeping the rest of the community safe.
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We shouldn’t expect this pandemic to end quickly even after a vaccine is available—and that means we’re in for a long haul.
The geology of the Permian is ideal for burying nuclear waste for the long haul.
Even Pelosi’s most vulnerable House Democrats are doing far better in the polls than many imagined they could, with some pulling in record fundraising hauls.
Sofman hopes that Waymo’s new truck testing grounds in Dallas will open the door to more long haul trials as the trucks shuttle back and forth between an existing testing facility in Phoenix.
City housing officials are preparing to propose a revised plan for the building that includes a takeover by the San Diego Housing Commission later this month but the next mayor is likely to hold sway over the building’s use over the long haul.
The next mayor could decide the building’s fate over the long haul.