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cartload

The quantity a cart will carry, usually ¼ to 1 cu yd (approx. 0.2 to 0.8 cu m).
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A Cartload of Monkeys features classic skiffle and blues plus some lively original material.
And some certain significance lurks in all things, else all things are little worth, and the round world itself but an empty cipher, except to sell by the cartload, as they do hills about Boston, to fill up some morass in the Milky Way.
Aldi's is a good place to get a cartload of simple food.
Law-abiding citizens will find this frustrating, but some Evo qualities can be enjoyed without reaping points by the cartload.
He purged so many senescent or otherwise unsatisfactory Conservatoire staff that the complaint went up: "Faure needs his daily cartload of victims, like Robespierre.
Thus Peirce writes, "[T]he scientific spirit requires a man to be at all times ready to dump his whole cartload of beliefs, the moment experience is against him" (CP, vol.
DVDs of hit film Borat have been selling by the cartload in Kazakhstan, website Amazon revealed.
A CARTLOAD of cash has been handed over to the Liverpool Carters Association from proceeds of the ECHO's Giants Among Men supplement.
I've got a lot of material that has to be unboxed,'' she said with some understatement, as she maneuvered a cartload of blue plastic chairs into her room.
Whereas commercial intermediaries handled the produce of large landlords and by-passed local markets, the farmer with barely a cartload of grain or a few extra animals needed the commercial outlets a few kilometers away.
Breen and Sean Treacy and others killed a couple of the king's constabulary and captured a cartload of gelignite.