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laded with

1. Of a vehicle or vessel, having been loaded with some kind of cargo. (More commonly written as "laden with.") The ship was laded with steel being imported into America. The car laded with our luggage, we set off on our road trip across the country.
2. Burdened with or troubled by something oppressive or onerous. (More commonly written as "laden with.") I've been laded with guilt over what happened to Shawn. Jim has been laded with too much work lately. I hope he tells his boss that he needs some help.
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laden with

1. Of a vehicle or vessel, having been loaded with some kind of cargo. The ship was laden with steel being imported into America. The car laden with our luggage, we set off on our road trip across the country.
2. Burdened with or troubled by something oppressive or onerous. I've been laden with guilt over what happened to Shawn. Jim has been laden with too much work lately. I hope he tells his boss that he needs some help.

lade with

v.
1. To load some vessel or carrier with some cargo. Used chiefly in the passive: The ship is laden with timber.
2. To burden someone or something. Used chiefly in the passive: The thief was laden with guilt.
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Evaluating the fairness of the elections, LADE criticized the current electoral law, which is based on a majority system.
LADE also regretted the weak participation of women and of young people, saying the low figures compromised the fairness of the elections.
LADE then regretted being described as biased and stressed that its powers could not be taken away from it because the association obtained its authority through its work and respect for the law.
LADE also mentioned that it reported violations committed by different political parties during the polls and was therefore neutral in its work.
LADE announced that it would issue a comprehensive report tackling all rounds of the elections during a news conference scheduled for June 10.
The association also noted some "limited disputes" in certain villages and one attack against a LADE observer, in addition to a high percentage of voter turnout -- 41.
LADE did not condemn consensus but stressed the need to respect the people's right to choose and their right to diversity.
LADE evaluated the elections as regular in terms of administration and organization but noted that the third round of the elections revealed flaws in the electoral system.
LADE had previously warned that such cases could be caused by extending the deadline for withdrawing candidacies.
LADE said the turnout of voters reached 49 percent in general until 3 pm.
We urge concerned authorities to respect the people's right to choose and their right to diversity," LADE said.
As for the danger of buying votes in the coming rounds, LADE recalled and condemned the blatant and "extreme cases of bribery" observed in the Bekaa town of Zahle on May 8.
LADE added that the holding of timely elections was the "right of the people that nobody should violate.
The decision makers in Lebanon try to [keep motionless] any kind of reform that they don't understand or that can put them in a worse position," the LADE executive director said.
LADE stressed the right for Lebanese citizens to directly elect their local representatives.