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- v. to give a load to
- v. to get a load
- v. to fully load (a weapon)
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- v. fill or place a load on
To prevent scurvy we used the juice of the maguey plant, called pulque, and to obtain a supply of this anti-scorbutic I was often detailed to march the company out about forty miles, cut the plant, load up two or three wagons with the stalks, and carry them to camp.
I load up a syringe, slam it into my glute, but it bounces off.
At this rate, everyone will be out of communal apartments by next week, driving their own cars to load up on kolbasa.
I march up to my bathroom, fling open a drawer, rip out a syringe, and load up a fat shot of Primobolan.
"An 'it'll take three hours, easy, to get to the school-house an' load up an 'come back here again!" cries Tidd.
I swallow the Vics back down and stare in the mirror and load up a shot of testosterone and plunge it into my ass in defiance.
For example, instead of putting on the great family pot, filling it with water, and afterwards putting therin the beef, pork, and vegetables of our daily meal, she would load up the receptacle at the sink in the back room, and then, with strong arm and cap-border erect, would fly across the kitchen with it and swing it over the fire by main strength.
Staying stylish required work, and on her days off, Marijane shopped for bargains to keep her courthouse wardrobe fresh—at the Saks and Lord & Taylor outlet stores, and at flea markets where she could load up on her costume jewelry and knockoffs of expensive brands.