crateful


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the quantity contained in a crate

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And yet if it's possible to use an alcoholic's descent into near terminal illness as a source of humour, those who know him well have a crateful of stories that sum up Bestie's rollercoaster ride.
The country could easily afford what amounts to a crateful of artillery shells.
These two Snopeses, following your methods, are/fixing to sour a whole crateful of housewives.
So he jumped into a rig and zoomed over to the Idaho lab, where an escort gave him not only the blueprints but also a crateful of x-rays of the components.
But they have got no chance whatsoever against Fergie's team and I'm so confident I'm off to buy a crateful of shampoo.
JUST when you thought terrorism and this week's fog were enough reasons not to fly here are a crateful of reasons to stay grounded.
Wirral's Claire House took delivery of a crateful of goodies after Ryan nominated them as his chosen charity.
A pounds 105 bottle of this fine vintage is a small price to pay for entry into the UEFA Cup and Souness could afford to send Sir Alex a crateful of the stuff if he so wished.
It was here that Nazi gold by the crateful was said to have been confined to the depths in the final, mad days before total capitulation.
A pounds 105 bottle of this fine vintage is a small price to pay for entry into the Uefa Cup - and Souness could afford to send Sir Alex a crateful of the stuff if he so wished.
Arsenal striker Thierry Henry deserves a crateful from the grateful brewers.
People came to the show to see what they could get by the crateful rather than to see who's on.
If I were you mate I'd get your name down now for a crateful of Viagra.