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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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The key moment, he says, was at a Royal Academy dinner: 'Thatcher was attending, so I had a cartload of museum porcelain sent round to Number 10.
But Occhipinti incorporates the written word in surprising facets of her life, and she gives us a cartload of wisdom on using books for decor and crafting along with practical lessons on the art of book collecting.
The entertainment zones donned in hues of celebration will bring in cartload of delectable surprises.
If I had run a medieval Italian city state, I would have employed brickies by the cartload.
As we watch him learn how to use rocks to break open nuts, conflict arises with a rival cartload headed by an alpha male, unimaginatively named Scar.
And when the Dying Swan appeared in a state of advanced moult dropping feathers by the cartload, I reached for my inhaler.
There will be overlapping of projects since some grade levels take longer than others, but it helps save you from a heavy cartload.
TV has become a fragmented business, but there are a few syndicated shows that still bring in viewers by the cartload --while also hitting the demo bull's eye.
It will still weigh a fair amount, so each cartload is stacked just to the top of the cart.
The Soviet leader's disastrous visit to Beijing in the late fifties generated a cartload of complaints on both sides.
Also, it's OK to say that they "notice and appreciate beauty", but beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and no sight that I can think of is ever going to be enhanced by the inclusion of a cartload of dumped, disposable nappies, or other house-hold waste.
5: Members of the New Hampshire Lakes Region Italian Cultural Club donated a cartload of non-perishable food items to the Salvation Army Food Pantry, with All Brite Cleaning and Restoration of Gilford matching the donation.