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The expenses of operation must be more uniformly distributed over the cargo than in the case of a trainload.
From below, trainload after trainload of British regulars were coming up to the danger point, feted and cheered at every station.The Great Boer War|Arthur Conan Doyle
Like Mudge, Symes was convinced that out of a trainload of Homeseekers some of them would "stick."The Lady Doc|Caroline Lockhart
Occasionally a few hundred men, women and children will be taken into the mountains by the trainload for a few days' outing.The Red Conspiracy|Joseph J. Mereto
The trainload is generally adopted today as the unit of operation, measuring the cost of service.