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  • I spent this past weekend driving a well-loaded Cruze outfitted with the sporty "RS" package, featuring a rear spoiler, fog lamps, racy-looking moldings, a navigation system and a well-tailored fabric insert on the dashboard where fake wood or plasti-chrome would have been in years past.

    Is Chevy's Cruze Dulling the Spark of its Volt?

  • To me she is the most erratic thing imaginable; yet Mr. Pike, with whom I now pace the poop on occasion, tells me that coal is a good cargo, and that the Elsinore is well-loaded because he saw to it himself.


  • Ideally I work at my desk, with my big widescreen computer monitor and my well-loaded iTunes and a chair that I like, with cool artwork on the walls (including a big print of the cover art from my book Poison Sleep).

    Tim’s Sunday Quickie «

  • They followed the Captain to the house, and arranged themselves with great ceremony round a well-loaded supper-table.

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • One of the chosen was ex-farmboy R. V. Burgin, who compared the assignment to “sending a bunch of hogs to watch over a well-loaded corncrib.”

    Brotherhood of Heroes

  • It takes a great deal more to upset a well-loaded dray than one would have imagined, although sometimes the most unforeseen trifle will effect it.

    A First Year in Canterbury Settlement

  • Three horses, and four pack-ponies, well-loaded, blew forth pale clouds of frosty breath.

    The Virgin In The Ice

  • He and Bets ran to the door and took in two large and well-loaded trays.

    The Mystery of the Strange Bundle

  • "Well, I guess we're all ready," said Mr. Bobbsey, as he looked back at the well-loaded sled.

    The Bobbsey Twins at Snow Lodge

  • We all knew from experience that Icelandic boats sailed better when well-loaded forward.

    Seven Icelandic Short Stories


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