shedload

shedload

(ˈʃɛdˌləʊd)
n
a very large amount or number
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Have a look and see how this organization has evolved since the British people last have a vote in 1975: They change their name and they introduce a shedload of more regulations and we have transferred a shedload of powers," Howarth said.
Expect fights, lots of car chases and a shedload of expletives.
We know that the Hong Kong company has lost a shedload of money, and if they do not do something, they will lose a shedload more.
In fact Alfistas - as Alfa fans are universally known - realistically need look no further than the TwinAir Sprint model that kicks off the range at PS14,350 for a car that will deliver performance and economy with a shedload of style.
I am another year experienced and I have got a shedload more runs behind me.
0-litre V12 engine - with a shedload of extra wallop.
It's already sold by the shedload, of course, so now Jessie J's debut has been repackaged with three extra songs, to reap even more sales.
Anyway, Sarah needs a shedload of sequins to cover her shed.
Nick Blazquez, md of Morgan Furze, said: "We are spending a shedload talking above the line to consumers and we are trying to get the message across to retailers.
And if there's one thing Syria's increasingly brutal civil war needs, it's a shedload more guns and weapons.
HAVING spent six years as box office manager at Live Theatre (and writing a shedload of put on plays while he was there), Lee Mattinson started 2012 by relocating to Manchester and joining Corrie's crack team of story-liners.
That would explain why she's sinking a shedload of cash into her mate Kristian Marr's future as a singer.