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load of (something)

A lot of something. I have a load of coins that I need to take to the bank and deposit. I have loads of work to get done before I can go on vacation.
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There was a last load of lumber to be hauled to the village, and Jotham Powell-who did not work regularly for Ethan in winter-had "come round" to help with the job.
AN ASS, carrying a load of wood, passed through a pond.
For example, from one clinic visit to the next, people with a relatively low viral load of 1000 to about 3100 copies would have a 12.
Certainly a customer wants to know that he bought a load of material, which is where purchase orders come in.
The beginning design load stiffness is the secant stiffness of the joint, before the wind simulation is applied, measured at the design load of individual joints.
Administrators can also measure application response times under the load of heavy Web traffic--the very type of traffic the Slammer worm generated.
It has speeds of up to 2500 cycles/sec with a maximum load of only 51g.
An analysis of HIV-infected individuals enrolled in study Dupont 006 revealed some interesting trends with regard to time needed to achieve viral suppression (defined as a viral load of less than 50 copies/mL).
It is imperative that the running load of each emergency circuit (measured in amperes) be known, to determine what size generator(s) will be required.
In addition to load balancing the benefits for customers include increased application capacity, improved scalability and increased reliability by distributing total traffic loads, and redistributing the load of a failed web server and providing proactive server health checks to determine availability," said Wade Lewis, Managing Partner, Operations.
For example, at Florida Wood Recycling a load of wood characterized by very large dimensions was brought to the facility.
Clinical data on treatment experienced patients showed DAPD producing a maximum median decline in viral load of 1.
It will then modify the material stiffness in each element to suit its particular strain level and then proceed to a load of 20 Newtons.
The DMTS is a programmable device capable of cost-efficiently producing equivalent load of up to 2,000 mobile terminals.
A study sponsored by Abbott Laboratories examined 72 antiretroviral naive patients with a median baseline CD4 T cell count of approximately 350 cells/mm3 and a median baseline viral load of approximately 100,000 copies/mL.