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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Sometimes it's a homeowner repairing a block fence and bringing in a pickup load. Sometimes it's a demolition company bringing in multiple dump truck loads.
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.
(A cord is 8' x 4' x 4'--more than a pickup load.) Ten cords, every year.
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.
No, but Trent-boy must figure that no Mexican truck would make it as far as Opryland and scrag a pickup load of good ole boys.
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. But he set the money down on a case and left." Because the agent left $3 per case, Hahn offered this possible explanation: "Maybe he thought 'free' sounded like 'three.'"
included in this pickup load are millions of pounds of potentially toxic residues which they neutralize or destroy in compliance with EPA regulations.
For sure, it was no two-man assassination on a motorcycle, but a pickup load of armed men.