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  • n. A load comprising a full box.


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box +‎ load


  • Either they are the exception to the rule and therefore an ass, or fooling themselves and are trying to justify paying someone $5,000 to publish their novel which now sits in the trunk of their car by the boxload.

    Lets talk about the setbacks

  • The mailings are circumspect -- I reviewed a boxload and found not one direct reference to the upcoming U.S.

    Lobbying for a better U.S. News ranking

  • They submitted tax returns and any writings, books, and speeches, all of which arrived by the boxload in Dallas.


  • You may get quite serviceable clothes delivered by the boxload to your front door.

    Baby clothing: Consider used

  • MK, I thought the Israelis used the light weight AR15 for general field work & Uzi for intimate encounters and true to form they bought the AR15s by the boxload, fiddled & twiddled & made them better than the original?

    Cheeseburger Gothic » FNQ

  • Get-well cards started coming in by the boxload, all festive-looking and cheery.

    I slept with Joey Ramone

  • Kids have brought a boxload of bloody sparklers and want to light them.

    Bonfire Live Blogging

  • Yes, Kat's dad had been mail-ordering porn by the boxload.

    Warning: The Facts Are Correct, But The Details May Be Fuzzy

  • It looks like they took the original, brilliant film, flipped the lid up, poured in a whole boxload of stupid, closed the lid, shook it a bit, and are about to put it into theatres.

    Archive 2006-06-04

  • No. 3 Way to be Wicked: Drop a boxload of creepy crawlies down an unsuspecting somebody's drawers.

    weeme Diary Entry


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