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  • Reliable as always, he brought Flora and a bedsheet to the station, and drove away in the Land Rover with the well-wrapped picture and all my new climbing gear and paints and winter clothes (in duffle bag) and also my bagpipes, newly ransomed from the old fleecer, Donald Cameron, on his return from Inverness.

    To The Hilt

  • Hamish washed out the cups, put the milk back in the fridge, locked up the police station and got into the police Land Rover and took the winding road to Drim.

    Death of a Scriptwriter

  • Emily's Land Rover stood in the driveway behind Surtees's trailer, effectively blocking his way out.

    To The Hilt

  • While the Land Rover juddered along the farm track that was always so full of potholes in winter, Gideon got ready to take aim.


  • Beyond the battered but indestructible Land Rover lay the immense reaches of the Hartmann Valley.

    Impossible Places

  • I wished her useful dreams, and sat on my Scottish mountainside in the rain-spattered Land Rover realising how little I knew, and how much I relied on Tobe and Margaret and Young (or Uttley) for answers to questions I hadn't the knowledge to ask.

    To The Hilt

  • The Land Rover skidded to a halt before the towering triple-tiered falls.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • Tata Motors Tata Motors started assembling Land Rover vehicles at its Pune plant and now sells these vehicles in India.

    Pass or Fail: Tata Steers Jaguar Land Rover to Profit

  • Achmed say something to Raschid, and then the Land Rover stopped.

    Falcon's Prey

  • Kate felt every jarring stone and pothole as the Land Rover juddered up the rough track toward the main road, throwing her brothers and sisters around so that their shoulders thumped one against the other.



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