pickup load

pickup load

The abnormal rate of heat consumption that takes place when a heating system is first turned on; represents the heat dissipated in bringing the piping and radiators to their normal operating temperature.
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Anticipation is the only word to describe my feelings as my friend Jon and I drove a pickup load of expired pastries, bread, and butcher scraps to our bait site in mid-May 2010.
As I returned to the south entrance, another pickup load of patients arrived in the back of a truck.
There are also open markets in Qassim and Hail where a pickup load of firewood is sold currently at the rate of SR1,600, double the normal market price in other seasons.
I sure grumbled a lot as I stumbled up those ancient steps and hauled pickup load after pickup load to our house.
In fact there's a retail store on the Klatt Road site where customers can come for a pickup load of sand or a bag of gravel; local contractors can get their needs met there as well.
Every Tuesday we get a pickup load,'' said Baker, Grace Resource's founder.
A couple of years ago, in the dead of winter, one volunteer, 71-year-old Father Louis Trzil, made the 700-mile drive from his parish in northeast Iowa to deliver a pickup load of used mattresses.
I told him it was free and to take a whole pickup load.
included in this pickup load are millions of pounds of potentially toxic residues which they neutralize or destroy in compliance with EPA regulations.
A buyer may be looking at buying an 'extra full' pickup load for $150 or a cord for $200.
Crashing commodity prices have deterred the vile crime of metal theft - it's not as lucrative as it was just a few months ago to bring a pickup load of highway guardrails, irrigation pipe, utility wire or cemetery urns to the scrap yard.
This year I am glad to say that only 1/4 of a pickup load came back home with us.