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metric shitload

n. a whole lot (of something). (Usually objectionable.) He is one metric shitload of trouble.
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Meanwhile, 121,419 metric tons of fruits valuing US$96.
Setting effective CX metrics takes more than just defining measurements.
After the restructuring, UPM's average paper machine capacity in Europe is 320,000 metric tons in coated magazine paper and 420,000 metric tons in coated fine paper.
To be effective, each metric must have a target or goat associated with it.
SLAs utilize quality metrics and threshold levels to assign quantitative measurements to the quality attributes.
Research question 1 ask: Can LSA provide a metric to indicate relatedness of outcomes/objective sets?
Morale is not high at the United States Metric Program.
Indeed, the team members have been receptive to the metric system since the beginning.
More than 200 years after the metric system began to spread throughout the world, the United States shares the dubious distinction with Burma and Liberia of being one of only three nations that have not converted to the modern metric system.
NO Switching to metric would be confusing and unnecessary, says Seaver Leslie, president of Miles Ahead, a nonprofit group in Wiscasset, Maine, that works to preserve our traditional system of measure.
ISLAMABAD -- About 885 metric tons of wheat valuing US$ 258,000, was exported during first 3 quarters of current financial year as compared the exports of the corresponding period of last year.
MULTAN -- The food department has distributed 3,850,267 metric ton gunny bags across the division so far.
During the Year of the Dog, some 5 million metric tons of new paper capacity will start up; of this total, 60% will be in China, 20% in Europe, and 20% in the rest of the world.