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“Stick half a dozen of them in your train-load, with my compliments, and let your Idaho sheepmen get a line on them.”
“In the preceding fourteen days the 9th Army, on the far left flank of Army Group Centre, had received only one train-load of fuel.”
“Goering attempted to send a train-load of stolen art to safety by train from his hunting lodge in Bavaria toward the end of the war, but the train was abandoned and the collection disappeared.”
“Lobbyists by the train-load -- the Union Pacific actually laid half a mile of new track and brought 30 gleaming rail cars here to entertain lawmakers and delegates.”
“It said a train-load of 300 Mozambicans left the town of Mpaka on a four-hour journey to Mozambique's Maputu province, closing an eight-month repatriation programme.”
“Already BKB had forwarded a train-load of fodder from Dewetsdorp in the”
“The mares soon stopped to graze, and the foals with them, but the bay stallion with the blaze suddenly realised he was free again, and crashed past me at high speed, squealing and cantering up the path and making as much noise as a train-load of football supporters.”
“On 28 July the first train-load of fuel rolled off from Wilhelmshaven (Ostend, Boulogne, Cherbourg).”
“With the arrival of daylight, a train-load of militia from Lincoln and the presence in the city of Governor Morehead, the work was systematized.”
“At Sang Hollow we came up with a train-load of refugees en route for”
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