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  • What I mean is, once you've gone through high school as one of the losers, do terms like "cheerleader" and "jock" and "popular" ever lose their loadedness?

    "You say that things change, my dear."

  • Her treatment of the evolution of "indie culture" and all the loadedness that term carries with it -- from Beats to Diggers, from college radio to riotgrrls -- is wise, expansive and a little wistful.

    Kevin Smokler: The Shelf Talker: Lorrie Moore, Rebecca Solnit and Silly Putty

  • And I didn't know high-school vocabulary, and I didn't know the loadedness of the word like.

    'American Nerd: The Story of My People'

  • "In short, backend-loadedness notwithstanding, EMC stands a good chance of being able to hit its targets for the June quarter," Conigliaro said.

    EMC Stands 'Good Chance' Of Hitting Q2 Targets

  • I even wrote a short, moderately humorous piece for the paper, entitled ‘When A Napkin is Definitely Not A Serviette’ – in which I explained the loadedness of language on this island.

    A Special Relationship

  • I even wrote a short, moderately humorous piece for the paper, entitled ‘When A Napkin is Definitely Not A Serviette’ – in which I explained the loadedness of language on this island.

    A Special Relationship

  • Their loadedness with variations, changes, uncontrollables, and our negative feelings about the implications of viewing human beings as predictable left the strict scientism of positivistic method wanting at this stage of man's knowing.

    Humanistic Nursing

  • And if this increased back-end loadedness is something that's going to stay.

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