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Even though she was able to perform bits and pieces of David Bowie's greatest hits via the effect heavy-laden medley she did, her showing still appeared uninspired to me, at best.
They were a mixed bunch: four wealthy merchants with their servants, two with wives and their maids, one obvious soldier of fortune, four or five craftsmen carrying the tools of their trade - bound for home after working on the new cathedral in Milan, now ten years in the building - the rest traders with heavy-laden wagons drawn by bullocks.
Every load, however great or small, is also to be brought to the Lord, who, as is illustrated in today's Gospel, will welcome the heavy-laden and care for their needs.
We published the first verse of the incorrect version, which ends: "We took the bus from Balmbra's / And she was heavy-laden / Gan-nin' alang the Scotswood Road / To see the Blaydon Races.
We've successfully negotiated our way through the past two Thursdays heavy-laden as they have been with whoops of delight and despair over A-level and GCSE results respectively.
net team spotted a van heavy-laden with relief goods.
He was admiring one of heavy-laden donkeys climbing the parched hillside to the fort, when he noticed something else.
The Rev David Palmer delivered readings from Mark's Gospel - "Suffer the little children to come unto me, and come unto me you who are burdened and heavy-laden and I will give you rest.