smoke load

smoke load

That fraction of the fuel load which has the potential of producing smoke.
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He had counted smokers during events to establish the smoke load and had used various amounts of outdoor air to dilute the smoke.
Mocking Farage, he said: "Now you can pose with a pint, drink loads of beer and smoke loads of cigarettes, until you keel over, for the benefit of the cameras, but that does not mean you have the solutions to these problems."
Bikram said: "I used to smoke loads when I worked, just out of habit, but now I am only a social smoker.
Personally, I found that the students I came across had no sense but loads of money, or at least enough to drink loads, smoke loads and wear expensive designer gear.
He said: 'I smoke loads and I really don't want to any more.
The winner will be voted in by locals, but McLaren ruined his chances when he ranted: "Gardenstown must smoke loads of ganga." He also said the village was boring, adding: "The cod have left and I don't blame them.
He said: 'I smoke loads and really don't want to any more.
It's that time of year - people drop in for a drink, stay for ten and smoke loads (the demons!).