- v. Simple past tense and past participle of off-load.
“A second port of entry is in Benghazi, Libya, where the remaining 40 percent is off-loaded and then put on trucks for the long, arduous trip through the desert to Chad.”
“Ships docked at the southern Burmese port of Rangoon and off-loaded weapons and matériel onto trains that chugged northeast to the town of Lashio, where the precious cargo was transferred to trucks.”
“Lines were blurred, rules were broken and facilitators were rewarded for creating exotic and risky bundles of securitized loans -- which were then off-loaded to uninitiated and unsuspecting investors.”
“The planned sale, part of moves by Bank of America to shed noncore assets as it aims to shore up its balance sheet, comes just three months after a previous sale, when it off-loaded 13.1 billion shares in the Chinese bank and was left with a 5% stake.”
“GM dramatically reduced its financial obligations through the restructuring, in which it cut thousands of workers, closed factories and off-loaded billions in debt.”
“He was, however, far from gauche and off-loaded with some dexterity but Tindall's leadership is likely to earn him the jersey.”
“No happier day in his life than when he off-loaded her to a parallel universe.”
“We off-loaded the goods at a trucker in Tijuana, and drove the UHaul back, got on a plane and flew to La Paz.”
“Bloomberg Blades for wind turbines manufactured for Tang Energy Group in China are off-loaded for delivery to Tooele Army Depot in Tooele, Utah, at the Port of Long Beach, California, U.S., in 2010.”
“Somewhere in this time, he had also managed to write a further two teen pictures, Pretty in Pink and Some Kind of Wonderful, that were off-loaded to another director.”
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