A heavy or comparatively pure injection of a narcotic: that big drive hits (1950s+ Narcotics)
They stayed here two weeks and everybody knew they were getting ready for a big drive.
And I was needed out there, he added, in a whisper, for the Germans are attempting a big drive underseas.
That some Boers had evaded the big drive was evident by the fact that a convoy was attacked between Kronspruit and Frankfort.
Slowly, with the calm certainty of irresistible might, the big drive was on its way.
About the middle of September it became clear to us that the big drive was at hand.
The landowners, the States and the Federal Government must all get together in this big drive for reforestation.
We were very eager to get into the big drive which was expected in the spring.
As the big drive went on and column after column went over the top up to the hemispheres, nobody wasted time on Lee.
Then the unions, with the added strength, were to make a big drive on the citadel.
So I thought the big drive on the roast beef and canned goods sector had been called off.