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  • My image bank is cram-full of Geneva Hilliker Ellroy.

    The Haunting

  • Why all this profuse vegetation and the anomaly of tempting fruits and nuts cram-full of meat and yet no real food — that is, food for man?

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • Though the theater had been empty, this was cram-full; the noise came out to meet me, the sort which, in cities all over Hellas, makes an artist feel at home.

    The Mask of Apollo

  • It has everything the other one had, and a lot more, because it'll be cram-full of supplies to be used in case of a general blitz that would knock out everything on the planet.

    The Cosmic Computer

  • 'T was a pretty day, and there wa'n't hardly a boat on the coast within twenty miles that did n't head for Shell-heap cram-full o 'folks, an' all real respectful, same 's if she 'd always stayed ashore and held her friends.

    The Hermitage

  • You know, the house is cram-full of men-servants and there are to be a dozen of them on duty in the grounds.

    Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo

  • Why all this profuse vegetation and the anomaly of tempting fruits and nuts cram-full of meat and yet no real food -- that is, food for man?

    Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • Then, just as they begin to give out, you'll have got to be a mining engineer, with your pockets cram-full of money, and you'll have to support me for the rest of my life.

    A Bookful of Girls

  • But I've been a-workin 'some sums about different kinds of cans -- I learned how from Phipps, this afternoon -- he's been to college, an' his head's cram-full of sech puzzlin 'things.

    Romance of California Life

  • 'Twas a pretty day, and there wa'n't hardly a boat on the coast within twenty miles that didn't head for Shell-heap cram-full o 'folks an' all real respectful, same's if she'd always stayed ashore and held her friends.

    The Country of the Pointed Firs

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