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"I wonder that you take her to drive with you," suggested Philip, sympathetically.
"It is a great deal worse to drive without her," said the impetuous lady.
Then drive on; if there had been, I wouldn't have travelled a mile with her.
When we get to the circle of 'em, because they're all round the cabin, we'll drive at 'em together.
"You promised to drive with me," he said, following her to a chair in which she sat.
Austin listened to her reminiscences and turned the talk to the drive.
I have a mile's drive up town to take, and I think the exercise might be good for you.
The drive was a long and anxious one; it seemed to her all the time as if the horses could not get on.
It was almost eight when he turned the car into the drive of the White Springs Hotel.
And the more some of them have had to drink, the more they want to drive the machine.