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- adj. Lots, much, plenty, a great deal.
- n. Plural form of load.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of load.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A large quantity; a lot.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a large number or amount
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Inside there were loads (and I do mean * loads*) of security bods wandering around, making their way through the crowd in the auditorium - something I've never seen before at a gig.
Chamber pressure created by the loads is also a factor.
Citigroup's derivatives strategists are telling clients to sell puts against stocks with strong balance sheets, which they define as loads of cash and low leverage ratios that mean they can satisfy long-term debt obligations.
Furthermore, some will be going north and some south, so there is a further distribution of people onto the Yonge and University subways (and with a Queen or King connection, the loads from the north are no longer a problem).
I don't recall shooting any 150 grain loads through it, but I am going to try Clay's 130 gr.
But my 300RUM loaded with "start loads" is 300 WinMag equivilent, moderate recoil.
I know you leave on Monday, but if you can get a hold of some of Buffalo Bore's extra hot 220 grain loads, you have a perfect moose weapon.
But they are making 12's now that are sleeker, and less wt. and the range of loads is greater, making the 12 ga. very versatile.
There would be general reaving and a “dimensional crossrip” thing (like the Worldwound or Shadowlands) letting in loads of bizarre Asian monsters to fight.
I can really get behind this effort, because truthfully, your Joe-average weekend angler doesn't catch any of those fish either, but damn if he doesn't reel in loads of dogfish on the $3 eels he's dropping for stripers.