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load

1. n. as much liquor as one can hold. (see also loaded.) Harry had quite a load of booze.
2. n. a drink of liquor. Can I have a load from your bottle?
3. n. a dose of drugs; an injection of drugs. (see also loaded. Drugs.) She shoots a load every day or two.
4. n. a drug supply; a stash. (Drugs.) If his load dwindles, he gets more easily.
5. n. a large purchase of heroin. (Drugs.) I’ve scored a load that’ll last me a few days.
6. n. an (old) car. (see also heap.) Whose junky old load is that parked in front of the house?
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According to the arrangement this time, VA Linux will provide VA Balance and its support to Clara Online, and meanwhile Clara Online will recommend VA Balance to its customers of dedicated server service for Linux as the load balancing component (up to Layer 4).
There are many companies that provide load balancing services, and there are many others that have data centers in multiple locations, but Peer 1 is exceptional as GLOBAL has been developed to work specifically with the Peer 1 network.
The damage that accumulated in the connection during the SPD load depended on the level of displacement.
So network administrators test for flaws, guard against intrusion and put in load balancers.
During normal equipment operation in production, hydraulic or pneumatic pressure holds the safety catcher system open so the shaft with the vertical load can move up and down.
A third approach, less talked about so far, might be called HIV harm-reduction treatment--preventing the virus from causing harm despite a continuing high viral load.
Another problem with this approach is that multiple vehicle development groups, such as Body and Powertrain all need many channels of load data and have to go through much the same process on their own.