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quantity that can be carried by a train

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Breyer, who is accused of serving as a guard at Auschwitz and Buchenwald, has been charged with 158 counts of accessory to murder"one for each trainload of victims brought to Auschwitz during his time there.
That is one trainload better than a six-week goal the company set of trying to haul 52 trainloads through May 30.
Socially, the experience bonded us and a normally bored trainload became animated as passengers talked to each other and recommended that this should be a monthly feature.
In 1866, it commissioned a trainload of navvies to march from Tring Station to Berkhamsted Common in Hertfordshire and fell the 3.
The Islamic Republic has agreed to allow an American private company to bring a trainload of tourists into Iran this fall in what could be the beginning of a regular tourist service.
Fortescue dispatched the first trainload of Firetail iron ore in early December 2012, as it opened a new, 130-km rail link from the Solomon Hub to its existing mainline railway from the Chichester Hub to Herb Elliot Port.
A successful newspaper campaign was in 1972 when the Evening Gazette, under editor Ian Nimmo, joined with local councils, business and unions to send a trainload of people (500 I think) to London.
The riots were triggered by a fire on a trainload of Hindus in which 59 people were killed.
By this time the government in the southern part of Holland and Belgium had got the trains running and the prisoners, the enemy prisoners, German prisoners, were coming through by the trainload.
A trainload of German soldiers chugs north in hot pursuit.
A US Cavalry colonel escorts a trainload of whisky little realising the trouble his much sought-after cargo will cause 1965 ***
The alliance said in a statement Friday that the first trainload of supplies for the 122,000-strong force arrived in Afghanistan on June 9.
Energy Department to allow a trainload of depleted uranium from South Carolina to come to the state, but only for temporary storage, according to The Salt Lake Tribune.
A trainload of the stuff was worth millions of dollars.