Botala remembers that the rebels would pull into the island, loot what they could, and then take the haul back to Stanleyville.
There is no railroad to build, no car to haul back, only to stand still and see gravitation do the work.
Skipper's got him—no—aha, captain, you haul back too savagely!'
The instinct to haul back on the reins, to go full astern on the engines, is maddening.
To have taken his haul back to the camp, as things stood, would have been the height of folly.
These were sent to the Missouri river, fourteen hundred miles, to haul back the luggage of the immigrants.
Unconsciously Dave nodded his head, and reached out his hand to haul back the throttle.
Then Betty'd fly out too, and as quietly as possible catch and haul back the runaway.
Don watched the Gizl make a mid-air grab and haul back a man who had looked as if he might otherwise have gone over the edge.