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  • v. drive without any particular aim
  • v. drive someone in a vehicle


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  • Mid-’90s stuff that Bryce and I used to drive around listening to like Biggie, Raekwon, Jeru.

    Miss Misery

  • After breakfast Colonel Curtis and myself took an eighteen-mile drive around Monterey Bay, an adjunct of the hotel and most picturesque one it is, alternately overlooking the ocean with the breakers lashed into fury at our feet, and then branching off into primeval tropical forest.

    Recollections and reflections : an auto of half a century and more,

  • When enemy tank forces were reported, Oberst von Hünersdorff ordered Major Dr. Bäke to drive around Werchne Kumsky to the south and destroy the enemy forces between the village and Sagotskot.

    Panzer Aces

  • It must have been something when they ran out of gołąbki at the parish picnic and Alice Pilch had to drive around town and bang on the doors of people who had bought the ones she makes yearround in her kitchen, offering to buy them back at more than the people had paid for them.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna


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