Busload



an amount or number as great as a bus can hold.
Contemporary Examples

Petra by Night David Frum January 2, 2013
The Death of Lou Reed’s New York Charles Upton Sahm November 1, 2013
A Culinary Tour to Answer the Age-Old Question: Why Is Mexican Food So Good? Condé Nast Traveler November 4, 2013
2012 Tony Nominations Revealed: ‘Once,’ “Salesman,’ ‘Wit,’ ‘Starcatcher,’ and More Brittany Jones-Cooper April 30, 2012
Is This What God Had In Mind For Jerusalem Day? Elisheva Goldberg May 8, 2013
Andrew Young’s Revenge Tina Brown January 30, 2010

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