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  • The gross vehicle wet rating (GVWR) is the maximum weight the vehicle can handle when fully loaded (wet is another term for loaded in RV lingo).

    The RVer’s Bible

  • It allowed them to carry fully loaded packboards on their backs.

    The Mammoth Hunters

  • I'd found her backpack, fully loaded with the school-books, notebooks, notes passed to her in class, broken pencils, and small change.

    Grave Surprise

  • Like both previous special-edition Souls, Shadow Dragon Soul is based on the Soul+ model and is fully loaded with the Audio Upgrade Package (center speaker, subwoofer, external amplifier and speaker lights that pulse to the beat of the music), an iPod® connection cable for full functionality via the radio head unit and steering wheel controls, carpeted floor mats, moonroof, fog lights and fender vents with side marker repeaters.

    Automotive Headlines

  • Refueled and rearmed — sometimes not even fully loaded — the A-4s and F-8s proceeded at their own frantic pace, oblivious to the ordinary command structure.

    On Yankee Station

  • A fully loaded eighteen-wheel tractor-trailer, without the capability to stop as quickly as a car one-twentieth its weight, was plowing into a dark blue van just behind Stu and Margaret.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  • C. K. Prahalad, a business school professor admired by Gates, notes that Microsoft is experimenting in India with a program called FlexGo, where you prepay for a fully loaded PC.

    Creative Capitalism

  • Never overinflate or underinflate either—this can cause premature tire failure, usually at the worst time when you’re cruising down the freeway, fully loaded and probably overweight.

    The RVer’s Bible

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