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home, James (, and don't spare the horses)

A humorous directive for a driver to take one home directly and without delay. Thank goodness you finally came to pick me up. Home, James, and don't spare the horses! You know, shouting "home, James" every time you get in the car is starting to get a little tiresome.
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With medics unsure at the time if he would make it home, James survived the blast, despite losing both of his legs.
Eva Hasan, Madeleine Home, James Cunningham, Nimra Shamraz, Oliver Quinn and Mehreen Bukhari won 'overall academic achievement awards.
On returning home, James set up a Fairtrade partnership with the Cabana Farming Co-operative just north of Lake Titicaca.
IT'S HOME, JAMES McClean fires in Sunderland's second
With their early hits Sit Down and Come Home, James revelled in the dizzy heights of the early 1990s Manchester club scene.
There's no doubt about it: Whether in theaters or at home, James Bond is as big today as he was when he first hit screens more than 40 years ago.
Now that he is back home, James is hopeful he can rekindle his athletics but he knows it will take time before he is anything near to 100%.
When he's at home, James works as an electronic technician for the National Guard.
In Open City, Steven Mikulan goes vegan with long-shot presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich; in A Considerable Town, Nancy Rommelmann gets a lift from Home, James, an after-partying service which, for a fee, will drive you home -- in your own car.
During his time away from home, James develops a crush on fellow recruit Layla (Moynahan), who uses her feminine wiles in training to devastating effect.
A worldbeater at home, James Fanshawe's four-year-old failed to transfer that ability to the public domain in nine attempts on the Flat this summer.
Via a videotaped acceptance speech filmed at her London home, James commented on her appreciation for libraries.
Beginning with the pulse-raising Come Home, James peppered the show with hits from the past including She's a Star, Ring the Bells, Hymn From a Village and Out to Get You.
Elaine claimed she was told by Ms Mulholland that the owner of the home, James Gillespie, decided to sack her because he couldn't afford to pay for any more maternity cover.
Now Walker the Talker and the real experts take over and maybe ITV will say: "Go home, James, and don't spare the horse power.