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the quantity of cargo or the number of passengers that a bus can carry

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They are attracting bird watchers from far and wide, with busloads arriving," said trust conservation manager Steve Lowe.
Twenty-five busloads would amount to about 1,200 students just from the city of Poznan alone.
Two busloads of Burberry workers left Treorchy around 6.
While temporarily at Rutgers, Fine continued in her role as the president of Tulane's College Democrats and helped organized the "New Year for New Orleans" project, which brought busloads of College Democrats together to help repair damaged homes.
People driving their cars near the Millennium Centre on Thursday morning, and the busloads of visitors arriving looked completely bemused as I lay flat on my back on the pavement in front of the bus stop.
Four busloads of children from Reno's O'Brien Middle School recently traveled from Nevada to Six Flags Marine World in Vallejo, Calif.
They also count on busloads of seniors during the week, and they face a balancing act of not offending one group to please another.
Dear Editor, - The idea that busloads of German folk are flocking to Birmingham's Frankfurt market begs the question - what sort of markets are on offer in Germany this Christmas?
Earlier, busloads of fans were furious when roadworks at the Auchenkilns roundabout on the A80 near Cumbernauld made them late for the kick-off
He said the neighborhood club has even discussed taking two busloads of residents downtown to protest the rising assessments.
He acknowledges the Follies as an idealized mirror of the aging body for the busloads of white-haired audience members.
The newest drug import from Canada may soon have pharmaceutical companies wishing for the good old days when all they had to worry about was busloads of Minnesotans nipping over the border to buy their Lipitor.
Busloads of proxy voters were ferried from one polling station to another to cast their ballots, indulging en route in large quantities of government-sponsored food and vodka.
In the end, the busloads of conservative supporters never materialized.
Busloads of East Europeans started driving through Dover just after 10am.