Crammed sentence example

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  • He crammed his hands into his pockets and stared down at her.
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  • She crammed the pictures down into the suitcase.
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  • Pierre crammed himself into the backseat.
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  • The highest-ranking military members and civilian staff members were crammed into the small center, staring at the scene on the screen before them.
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  • It seemed like the "Arabian Nights," it was crammed so full of novelty and interest.
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  • He laughed shortly as he crammed his hands into his pockets.
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  • The cat cemetery on the west side of the town consisted of numbers of large brick chambers, crammed with burnt and decayed mummies, many of which had been enclosed in cat-shaped cases of wood and bronze.
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  • We crammed in five sessions with three positive achievements, a new record.
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  • She crammed the last shirt into the suitcase and held it down while she snapped it shut.
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  • He crammed his hands into his pockets and answered in a cold voice.
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  • Denton crammed his hands into his pockets and his jaw muscles worked as he glared at her.
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  • The pod stabilized upside down, and she was crammed into half of the pod, unable to move with her hands tied.
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  • She laughed without humor and crammed the paper into the trash can.
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  • Turning the corner you come to a tall bookcase crammed with books.
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  • Terraced houses crammed close with a rainbow of laundry set out to dry, a colorful scrap collage filling in back gardens.
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  • The mudflats are crammed with tasty microscopic worms and marine worms, lots of lovely food to over 20,000 birds.
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  • From the Château Frontenac (2), amble down rue du Trésor, an alleyway crammed with artists displaying their wares.
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  • Too small a unit and the keys get crammed onto a small keypad, and if your finger is too big you'll end up pressing several keys instead of one.
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  • An organized briefcase interior is a great time-saver rather than one having just a single pouch running the full length of the interior that quickly gets crammed full of stuff.
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  • Some diagrams are so crammed with information, with metric conversions and notations, that they can be hard to decipher.
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  • If it's too big it will be crammed on the seat and again, not provide the proper support.
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  • Nor will cushions that are too large because they'll be crammed in and feel lumpy to sit on.
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  • Cushions that are too big will get crammed onto the seat and be uncomfortable to sit on.
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  • Pillows that are too big will be crammed on the seat and will not sit properly.
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  • When millions of megapixels are crammed on tiny sensors, it results in digital "noise," which takes the form of tiny specks on your photos.
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  • Carnival cruises departing from New Orleans combine the best of three worlds: fabulous "fun ships," stunning destinations, and a rejuvenated port city crammed with cultural treasures.
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  • The Flowering Currants are really an important group of shrubs and deserve the best attention, and instead of being crammed in the usual shrubbery-mixture, should be grouped by themselves.
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  • Look for sound wide branch unions, not big limbs crammed against the trunk.
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  • The amount of destruction they've crammed into the game makes for a fun ride, albeit one that's bound to get stale.
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  • Having many books on your shelves is fine as long as they aren't crammed into the shelves or stacked haphazardly.
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  • Also, make sure your room isn't so crammed that there's no space for your beloved to come into your life.
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  • She taught that each child is an individual-not a receptacle in which information is crammed.
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  • With so many brands crammed onto the store shelves these days, choosing a multivitamin supplement can be a challenge.
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  • Provide snacks and drinks to make game night a full event rather than crammed between other daily activities.
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  • Many differences can be found between playing a game on the Internet and playing it with a group of friends crammed around a table.
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  • Pyzam - Although it is annoyingly crammed with ads, Pyzam also features a lot of quality layouts in various categories for not only Blogger but also other accounts like [MySpace].
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  • Without a word, she dashed back to her room and crammed a change of clothes in a bag, along with her books.
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  • The bathroom looked liked it had been crammed into a small closet.
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  • Add rose petals so they are entirely covered with the oil, but not too tightly crammed.
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  • The place is absolutely crammed with plants, a lush green oasis.
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  • We all crammed back into our tin can to drive 30 seconds around the corner to the lagoon.
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  • Our first debutant in a night crammed full of them, was Simon Jackson, with Luca on second guitar.
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  • The men were put into crammed holds on a Japanese freighter.
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  • Inside the band had set up camp with rooms crammed full of guitars and sound equipment.
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  • An action-packed sticker book crammed with spooky sights and ghastly glowing ghouls!
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  • They are crammed with poor families, while their gardens have vanished under hastily built hovels.
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  • Private enterprise had provided " mere hovels - jerry built, insanitary, tightly crammed rows of houses " .
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  • Jerry built, insanitary, tightly crammed rows of houses " .
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  • These displays of emotion could not help but appear comical and somewhat misplaced, crammed as they were into links of 15 seconds maximum.
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  • From the Château Frontenac (2 ), amble down rue du Trésor, an alleyway crammed with artists displaying their wares.
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  • Gig Bags A range of attractive thickly padded bags which are crammed with features; from numerous pockets to comfortable shoulder straps.
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  • They always seem to have a storeroom crammed with the bloody things.
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  • Did I specifically request Magnum P.I. 's chest wig to be crammed into such tiny and personal apertures?
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  • Instead of a local family farm and animals that are allowed to roam and graze, forests are clear-cut and animals are crammed into factory lots.
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  • When his humor failed to bring a smile to her lips he crammed his hands into his pockets and stared at the ground.
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  • She slammed the drawer shut and crammed the supplies into her arms.
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  • You have such an inquisitive mind, crammed full of unusual facts.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Brandon crammed his hands into his pockets and stared at the floor, obviously in deep thought.
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