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One record, from 1541 and written in Latin, reveals John ap David was accused of stealing five cartloads of hay valued at 20p.
Do we really need to know that in 1870 New York's "38, 272 horses produced an estimated 1,146 cartloads of manure daily?
More than 800 horse-drawn cartloads of soil were brought into the park, thousands of trees and shrubs were planted as well as 28,000 bedding plants in time for the opening in 1890.
He tells us, slowly and methodically, about his experience of 'many sights of death', of the cartloads of thin naked bodies of dead prisoners being pulled along by the skeletal remains of the living; of the sadistic German officer who came into their huts at night and walked over their bodies.
In France, cartloads of valuable Talmud manuscripts were burned as debates began to center on the anti-Christian teachings of the Talmud.
Fleshing out the filigree plot by providing peripheral figures with cartloads of shtick, belaboring what were almost throwaway sight gags or articulating characters' inner voices here yields uneven dividends.
cartloads were standing, chickens, eggs, and butter were sold.
Today of course, smoking units come in an assortment of styles and sizes, from giant chambers into which several cartloads of meat or fish may be wheeled to small countertop units appropriate for home use.
He gets on a bus and works the day shift hovering over an industrial-sized stainless steel sink, scraping charred lasagna like old gaskets from rims of heavy pans, or wheeling cartloads of trash and foodscraps down the red-brick tile corridors that lead away from the cafeteria at Anchorage's Providence Hospital.
Found guilty of containing material contrary to Christian thought, cartloads filled with these sacred Jewish books were burned in public bonfires.
Going from house to house in our costumes, pounding on the neighbors' doors and getting all the goodies that, for the rest of the year, were strictly off limits--caramel-coated apples, cartloads of candy, jelly beans, bonbons, every kind of chocolate known to man.
While the classroom-as-lab idea was a good one, at a school that offers 45 sections of Spanish 101 alone, the thought (as well as the expense) of people wheeling around cartloads of delicate equipment was worrisome.