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the quantity contained in a sack

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The DVDs were on sale for an average price of pounds 3, which means the sackfuls seized will have been worth millions of pounds on the streets.
SACKFULS of school uniformsarebeing sent to orphanages in Romania from pupils in South Wales.
But he still gets sackfuls of mail from adoring Prisoner fans and requests to appear at conventions for the cult series.
For sustenance, I'd have sackfuls of white chocolate mice, strawberry bootlaces, Doritos and other cinema staples, bought from Spar, not the designated multiplex outlet.
But really the set with its image of entangled tree roots and sackfuls of windfall apples was more gripping than the dialogue.
He brought several more sackfuls out of the house and didn't tell me specifics, but said he could relate to the homeless and those down on their luck.
In the green corner is the mighty Bobsline, carrying sackfuls of Irish Punts, and in the red the Gordon Richards-trained Noddy's Ryde, representing Britain.
Chief executive Jacqueline Gold, daughter of Birmingham City Football Club chairman David Gold, said: 'Santa was kept very busy unloading sackfuls of Rampant Rabbits.
At that May meeting, Abraham asked NPC Chairman Bobby Sackfuls to schedule an emergency forum of sorts in June to gather information, discuss problems and solutions, and identify those actions that can be taken immediately to ease short-term supply constraints.
Other recent menu additions include Sackfuls, enough of the small trademark hamburgers to satisfy any appetite, chicken wings and Southern Vidalia onion rings.
A DAD from Birkenhead donated sackfuls of toys to children at Alder Hey hospital, after he launched a Christmas toy appeal.
Children, parents and staff at Portland nurseries in Edgerton and Lindley collected 20 sackfuls of toys for the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice in Brackenhall.
Last year, volunteers gathered 14 sackfuls of rubbish from its two adopted beaches at South and North Landing, on the Yorkshire coast.
Supporters could expect an array of Christmas gifts and treats, entertainment by local bands, sackfuls of mince pies and mulled wine, and even a visit from Santa for our younger supporters.
But an appeal at Christmas Day mass inspired locals to rally round, and soon two sackfuls of pressies were delivered to the lucky boys' house.