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backload

(ˈbækˌləʊd)
n
a load carried by a lorry on a return journey
vb (tr)
to load (a lorry) for a return journey
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Nickles developed a new business process using video technology to assist other states in resolving their pre-hearing and hearing backloads.
The newly revised Stability Programme further backloads fiscal consolidation, following the pattern of recent budgets and largely in line with Fitch's expectations at our April review.
Improved efficiency of the logistics chain on the Dover-Calais link thorough better utilisation of space, development of port centric distribution and utilisation of backloads of the ferry operations.
t] he agency may be understaffed for the volume of work at hand, and the resultant backloads may be a cause of shoddy, pro forma investigations"); Christopher Jensen & Matthew L.
Again, the opposite is true of specific permitting--which backloads the substantive work to the permit administration phase, and thus mostly involves erecting an extensive regulatory infrastructure to support permit administration.
The impact is exacerbated because Namibians generally show little concern for environmental issues (Savage, Jenkins & Fransman, 2013) and tend not to focus on backloads as much as their European counterparts.
The carrier companies win as well since we will keep them continuously in-tune with the customer's needs and this will further help them in filling up their empty truck with potential backloads.
The antipathy is due to Loria's well-deserved reputation as a guy who backloads contracts, refuses to give players no-trade clauses, and dumps his guys at the snap of a finger if it means more to his financial bottom line.
Today's Zaman said 40 countries have appealed for the quotas to be lifted because they have great backloads of prospective pilgrims eager to make the hajj and getting older.
Ditching chronology, the album backloads the gems in Robbie's canon on CD2.
Its services therefore enable member companies to virtually eradicate empty journeys and unprofitable backloads, and share the many costs of transporting goods.