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  • n. Plural form of carful.


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  • Letsee ... moved two carfuls of garage sale stuff today.

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  • Two carfuls of tourists passed slowly, their women sitting fore, gripping the handrests.


  • -- When's the last time you heard of three carfuls of guys from Jack Daniels using their Tommy guns to first shoot up, and then burn, Jim Beam's distillery so that they could take over their turf?

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  • While on the run, I passed a couple carfuls of Gerrer hassidim who were out pasting up signs in support of Shalom Lerner for mayor ....

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  • While some executives had left the Fed meeting, those of other firms, including three carfuls of Barclays executives, remained at the Fed office past 6 p.m.


  • "The first night we did it, we deterred about a dozen carfuls of people who did not belong in this neighborhood.

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