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We will continue to keep the safety of the motoring public in mind as this technology develops.
We’re working on longer-term partnerships where we have shown results, like in motoring and cycling.
The route which we had taken, I learned afterwards, was one of the worst for motoring in all London.
It is a great center for motoring and I found many of the garages so full that they could not take another car.
And, by the way, there is little danger of being supplied with too many clothes and wraps when motoring in Britain.
It is a great motoring center, with finely built and well equipped garages.
Not less than two weeks of motoring might well be spent in the county and every day be full of genuine enjoyment.
The chief delight of motoring in Britain is seeing the country and the out-of-the-way places.
I suppose, if I get through this war, it would always come in as a lining for a motoring coat.
In the spring of 1917 it was strange motoring out from Amiens to Albert.

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