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You were at the Netherlands, and I drove you out several times.
Shimerda and Krajiek drove up in their wagon to take Peter to the train, they found him with a dripping beard, surrounded by heaps of melon rinds.
I had to come up the island to see about a horse, and I drove over on a chance of finding Mrs.
He could only remember stoutly resisting her entreaty that he should await the returning family and have high tea with them before he drove home.
They then mounted the chariot and drove full-speed towards the son of Tydeus.
Then he sprang upon Aeneas's horses and drove them from the Trojan to the Achaean ranks.
As the carriage drove off he kissed the diamond hand to the fair ladies within.
What have I done that Thou dost not approve of me," he whispered softly, saying the words over and over as he drove rapidly along the road with the boy's cut and bleeding head held ten- derly against his shoulder.
We drove the sharp end of the beam into the monster's eye, and bearing upon it with all my weight I kept turning it round and round as though I were boring a hole in a ship's plank with an auger, which two men with a wheel and strap can keep on turning as long as they choose.
Then she drove on the geese, and sat down again in the meadow, and began to comb out her hair as before; and Curdken ran up to her, and wanted to take hold of it; but she cried out quickly:
We did not drive entirely on account of these precious Londoners; we drove a little on our own--on account of that anxious matter which you will, I am sure, set at rest, dear Tess.
I once drove to Pashutino with him in half an hour.
After performance of this pious rite Haita unbarred the gate of the fold and with a cheerful mind drove his flock afield, eating his morning meal of curds and oat cake as he went, occasionally pausing to add a few berries, cold with dew, or to drink of the waters that came away from the hills to join the stream in the middle of the valley and be borne along with it, he knew not whither.
The sledge drove round the square twice, and Kay tied on his sledge as quickly as he could, and off he drove with it.