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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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The time has come for us all to adopt The Metric Calendar
One of the biggest obstacles to adopting the metric system in the United States has probably been our inherent dislike for anything that divorces us from the "feel" or "sense" of our traditional values for weight, measurement, distance, and speed.
And converting all our products and labels to metric would not come cheaply, Leslie adds.
4 million metric tons) and exports to be slightly below 2005 levels, but announced capacity withdrawals balance the situation and operating rates are expected to be 97-98%.
9% in 1998, rising to 525,000 metric tons compared to 510,000 metric tons in 1997.
Indeed, the team members have been receptive to the metric system since the beginning.
Like metric measures, our money system is based on units of ten.
another 280,000 metric tons/yr of woodfree coated capacity will also go with the divestment of the Grycksbo mill in Sweden
Table 10: World Steel Demand in Million Metric Tons (MMT):
The machine's production capacity is 150,000 metric tons/yr of coated fine paper;
From 2003 to 2007, North America will lose nearly 2 million metric tons of additional recycling capacity, while Asia will gain more than 11 million.
99 million metric tons of rubber, up by only 1% from the year before, while production in Malaysia is expected to increase just 0.
Moreover, new requirements must be awarded expeditiously in accordance with another significant metric mentioned earlier, PALT.