In that mysterious quarter known as the back of the Front the motor-lorry is omnipresent, especially (p. 194) at a time like this.
Moffat and Hogg, and we were lucky enough to get good lifts, first in a Canadian Staff car and then on a motor-lorry.
On arriving at the scene, there was the motor-lorry almost buried to the top of the wheels.
In a few minutes I was back in the motor-lorry on my way to the prison, conscious of having effected nothing.
My wound having been dressed, I was almost immediately taken out and put into a motor-lorry.
The motor-lorry blundered forward toward a stone obelisk planted on a man-made hillock.
A motor bicyclist came down a side road at full speed and ran into a motor-lorry.
Added to these difficulties, a motor-lorry had stuck on the way up and blocked our transport for the night.
He saw a motor-lorry coming towards him and in sudden panic turned down a side street and from that into another side street.
So we decided to go and get breakfast at our billets and then to go to Amiens by motor-lorry, and catch the train there.