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1. It's very dangerous to drive at high speed when the roads are wet.
2. Our country must drive at increasing agricultural production.
3. I'm meant to be on an economy drive at the moment, so I'm trying not to spend too much.
4. She finally learned to drive at the grand old age of 70.
5. We're on an economy drive at home.
6. You save more gas if you drive at a constant speed.
7. Sony launched a similar drive at the same time.
8. Mary let drive at her husband who had lost his pay envelope.
9. Taken in June this year during a game drive at Nakuru National Park in Kenya.
10. Peter let drive at me with a stone.
11. Wajda a third grader organized a shoe drive at his school and collected 509 shoes.
12. Jim let drive at the man(Sentence dictionary), but the blow missed.
13. He let drive at me with a book.
14. As a large rotary equipment which has dual drive at both ends, car dumper is an important material transport equipment which is necessary in electric power, chemical industry, metallurgy and port etc.
15. The scout let drive at the enemy sentry with his left first.
16. The engagement of friction coupling on hydro-viscous drive at a constant extrusion speed was investigated.
17. He let drive at with a stone.
18. Where it's good it's very good indeed and all-wheel drive at this price as an obvious advantage.
19. No one survived that. Freezing fog and still they drive at high speed.
20. You can shut down and restart Windows automatically using Task Scheduler, enabling you to run Chkdsk on the system drive at startup.
21. Generally, the memory hierarchy follows the access time with the fast CPUregisters at the top and the slow hard drive at the bottom.
22. The electric brake of AC shaft hoist is an important part on hoisting technics low frequencies power generation brake and power are widely used in the shaft hoist of AC asynchronous drive at present.
23. This study may finally lead to a theory of UT in the field of scientific and technical translation and hopefully drive at a more extensive study.
24. Dallas honors its cowboy past with a bronze sculpture of a cattle drive at Pioneer Plaza downtown.
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