Wingrave took the wheel
himself, and she sat up by his side.
The wrecked skiff was rolling sluggishly a short distance to windward, and I trimmed the sheets while Charley took the wheel
and steered for it.
He took the wheel
while I sat down of the after grating to eat my breakfast.
Stefano Marcelo then took the wheel
but had to pit when the car suffered a power steering failure that dropped the team back to fifth place.
One of the robbers ordered Mejia to transfer to the back seat as the other took the wheel
The driving revolution comes after much struggle and calls by activists, including the persecution of women who took the wheel
The new CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, took the wheel
The automobile has always symbolized freedom, and in "Motor Girls: How Women Took the Wheel
and Drove Boldly Into the Twentieth Century" by Sue Macy, children ages 10 to 12 meet the first generation of female motorists who drove cars for fun, profit, and to make a statement about the evolving role of women.
Only days after getting back from Brazil, the Olympic cycling hero took the wheel
of a souped-up racer for two events.
And Branson recalled: "She took the wheel
of the boat and broke every speed limit there was going down the Thames.
Podolski took the wheel
of a Mercedes DMT touring car to speed around the 14-mile track's mix of twists, turns and fast straights.
Eugenie, 22, took the wheel
after posing for pictures with the car and her 24-year-old sister in the shadow of the city's famous Brandenburg Gate.
It was below freezing and the crew had been ordered to look for icebergs as Hichens took the wheel
Ex-England player Lisa Stanley, head coach of Team Northumbria, took the wheel
of the 12-tonne vehicle on the M1 in Derbyshire on Saturday She hit the brakes and steered the bus away from the central reservation, bringing it to a stop on an embankment.
The second half was no better for the cabbies as Jason Carey took the wheel
with a hat-trick, Sean Tierney and Steven Lang completing the rout.