She crammed the pictures down into the suitcase.
The highest-ranking military members and civilian staff members were crammed into the small center, staring at the scene on the screen before them.
It seemed like the "Arabian Nights," it was crammed so full of novelty and interest.
He laughed shortly as he crammed his hands into his pockets.
She laughed without humor and crammed the paper into the trash can.
Denton crammed his hands into his pockets and his jaw muscles worked as he glared at her.
Without a word, she dashed back to her room and crammed a change of clothes in a bag, along with her books.
She slammed the drawer shut and crammed the supplies into her arms.
When his humor failed to bring a smile to her lips he crammed his hands into his pockets and stared at the ground.
It was better, he said, to be weak in Duns Scotus, but strong in St Paul - than to be crammed with all the learning of Durandus, and ignorant of the law of Christ.
Mackenzie (181o), Ebenezer Henderson (1818), Joseph Paul Gaimard (1838-1843), Paijkull (1867) and, lastly, that of Sir Richard Burton, an excellent account of the land and people, crammed with information of every kind (1875), are the best.
You have such an inquisitive mind, crammed full of unusual facts.
He winced visibly and crammed his hands into his pockets in a way that made her wonder if he thought she would be safer that way.
A white desk crammed in a corner was covered with teen magazines, and a box of beads had spilled and scattered a rainbow across the carpet.