Q: Nigel has pulled for Gwyneth's second cover try

What does the verb PULL mean here? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Roughly it means "set aside" or "pulled out for" or "selected for this intended purpose later on". Sort of like how you might pull several things out of drawer to use for a project or task.

"He pulled those out for you to use. Feel free to use any of them."
"She pulled those aside for you to use."

It can also mean "held in reserve" or "reserved", like when something is pulled out of use temporarily so that a specific person can have exclusive use of it for a limited time.

"She asked them to pull that dress for her, so she can wear it to the wedding. So no one else can rent it until after she is done with it."

So "...all the things that Nigel has pulled for Gwyneth's second cover try." So Nigel has pulled a lot of things out of storage, setting them aside for Gwyneth to use for making her second cover attempt. He was getting things ready and organised, preparing for making the second cover. The "I need to see all of the things that Nigel has pulled for [this task we are going to start soon]" means that person wants to look at all of the things they plan to use, to make sure they have enough things and so they can start planning.


Q: i am driving rather nice with Nigel sitting by my side. この表現は自然ですか?
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