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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of cram.


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  • As distasteful as this may sound, I just returned from Bali which is loaded with international tourist. 75% of these tourists are Australians and the buzz always references the couple of bombings Bali experienced killing about 50 mostly Australians but they are a hardy group and the streets of Bali are once again crammed with their tourism.

    Intimidation tactics becoming more and more like Colombia

  • I worked it out when I found my Richmond-bound train crammed full of big men in rugby shirts and either comedy wigs or berets.

    The One That's Not Really Monday Morning

  • With "The Little Mermaid" ensconsed at postion #4 on the chart, and three other titles crammed into the Top Ten, animation -- either hand-drawn of computer-generated -- now has something like half the real estate of the video sales chart to itself.

    "Over the Hedge" Scores Big on DVD

  • For those of us in crammed suburbia, could we moreso embrace the concept of the community garden, where families where space is at a premium could come together and manage a community garden together; in apartment blocks, could body corporates look at rooftop gardens? not only would this help a little bit, but rooftop gardens cool the building beneath them, make good use of rainwater, if properly established do not lead to structural problems with said roof or leakage ...

    Today's Garden

  • Ambassador Wendy Sherman, a senior State Department official at the time, recalled crammed meetings in Donilon's small office, where he would jot down notes on a yellow legal pad and issue marching orders to as many as a dozen top officials gathered around his desk.

    Politics and policy: Tom Donilon's rise to national security adviser

  • That's why the business community is so angry about that, they feel it was called crammed down is being supported by the administration and, at the same time, very importantly, whose contract has been negotiated, renegotiated recently?

    CNN Transcript Mar 17, 2009

  • I figure if I look at the test this way, it's less scary: the GED is basically like the finals and midterms crammed into one.

    missfickles Diary Entry

  • These are early forms of credit, but real money is on the table, a pile of coins crammed in a jar on top of a Turkish carpet used as a tablecloth, which is itself visual evidence of the merchant's global reach.

    The Guardian World News

  • The company, the biggest division of Coinstar Inc., may use a Web service to expand its library beyond the 200 or so titles crammed into each of its 24,000 or so DVD dispensers,

    The News Tribune Blogs

  • On the item view list of any given feed it has my gmail account name crammed into the

    Daring Fireball


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