Mr. Engels said, "It sounds to me like what you are saying is about time driven by structure, not pressure."
But Giuseppe Sinopoli's conducting is at times fussy and hard driven.
Slater spends much of his time alone, driven into isolation by parents who mystify him.
In the 1950s, Greene spent a great deal of time being driven around Cuba by an extremely superstitious chauffeur.
Now we are in another era of revolution, this time also driven by new information technologies.
She raced up the front steps two at a time, driven not by the low temperature, but by her own anticipation.
The service industry also grew at this time, driven by demand for services by ships calling at the port and increasing commerce.
We attacked and attacked again, each time being driven back.
His movements were more controlled this time, driven less by lust and more by pleasure.
He had been a deputy marshal for a time, had driven north with a cattle drive, and scouted against the Cheyenne.