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  • See, I understand that Senator Obama had to run away first, to cram-jam this buildup to his lack of foreign-policy expertise.

    McCain Keeps Up Attack on Obama’s War Stance - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Last evening, now, with that mob of friends and the family pawing at you and trying to cram-jam you back into the Endbury box and shut the lid down -- _that_ was enough to kill anybody with a nerve in her body.

    The Squirrel-Cage

  • Down cellar the swing-shelf is cram-jam full of jellyglasses, and jars of fruit.

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