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  • n. Plural form of busload.


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  • I also understand that Ms. Clinton plans to send in busloads of supporters to protest thereby forcing the hand of the DNC and further dividing the party.

    DNC faces big challenge Saturday

  • Included among the findings in the legislation are the March 2003 statement by Syrian foreign minister Farouq al-Shara that "Syria's interest is to see the invaders defeated in Iraq" and the April 2003 statement by then-secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld that "busloads" of Syrian fighters entered Iraq with "hundreds of thousands of dollars" and with leaflets offering rewards for dead American soldiers.

    Assyrian International News Agency

  • Yet some of the non-Latino workers who stood up and applauded as the federal agents led away Hispanic co-workers, told reporters that "busloads" of Latinos had been arriving in Laurel to take jobs.


  • If we want a group portrait that includes the whole clan—not just Mom and Granny but all the aunts and busloads of cousins, some from distant and rather surprising locations—we need to step way back and get a wide angle.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Just before I entered the Civic Center, two busloads of students from the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation pulled up in front of the arena, and healthy and clean youngsters streamed from the bus carrying their backpacks and luggage ready to change into their dancing outfits and become a part of the Unity Celebration.

    Tim Giago: Reconciling By Dancing to the Beat of Many Drums

  • A member of Mr. Gbagbo's defence team in The Hague said that several busloads of supporters from Paris would attend the court hearing, but only a couple of dozen supporters were seen.

    Gbagbo Appears at International Court

  • Three hundred busloads of people, mostly from AFSCME Council 31, SEIU, the Illinois Education Association and the Illinois Federation of Teachers, converged outside the Capitol while lawmakers were in session.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Raise our Taxes!

  • And a tour company hauls busloads of fans onto the Quileute reservation daily.


  • On the day after the South Carolina primary, he had two busloads of reporters, bloggers and electronic media types following his every word.

    Dan Kennedy: Gingrich Loses the Media Primary

  • Back in February, Americans for Prosperity sent busloads of people to Madison, Wisconsin, to support Gov.

    Ethan Rome: Occupy the Kochs, and Stop the Corporatization of America


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