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I really loaded my plate at the buffetWe're going to load up the truck tonight, and then move everything to our new place in the morning.

I really loaded my plate at the buffet.

We loaded all our stuff into the car, and left for the campsite around noon.

He was carrying a big load of rocks in his truck, and got a flat tire.

Can you put another load in the washing machine while I fold the stuff in the dryer?

I can't go out tonight; I have loads of work to do.

I was just loading the film into my camera when I accidentally dropped it into the water.

There is an Italian proverb which states that a hundred wagon loads of thoughts will not pay a single ounce of debt.

Camels will refuse to carry loads that are not properly balanced.

Early guns took so long to load and fire that bows and arrows, in trained hands, were twelve times more efficient.

A mosquito, full of blood, is able to fly carrying a load twice its own weight.

When llamas are overloaded, they will lie down, hiss, spit and kick, and refuse to move.

Mint tea is the national drink in Morocco, and is served very hot and loaded with sugar.

The boat steamed into New York harbor with its load of immigrants.

Now that I have a high-speed Internet connection, I can load pictures, songs, and video files in seconds.

Phillips Brooks once said, I do not pray for a lighter load, but for a stronger back.

Someone once joked that a thousand words are worth a picture - and they load faster, too.

Find someone who knows how to load a rifle.

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