chockablock


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Synonyms for chockablock

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packed full to capacity

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To prepare for the collaboration, Munden was given unlimited access to an archive chockablock with 25 years of iconic imagery.
In spite of all the lanes being chockablock with vehicles at the rush hour of around 5:00pm, all of us, inched away to wherever we could squeeze to make way for the ambulance.
This entertaining but mainly gruesome book is chockablock with mad sports trivia.
He said: "We are swamped, chockablock, absolutely full, but I'm not sure whether we are swamped by people from the game or people wanting to get into Manchester and can't because of the game.
This show isn't quite as routinely cheekily apocalyptic, but it's still inventive, entertaining, chockablock with oddball gizmos and menaces alike; one of the latter may prove to be Torchwood itself.
But it won't be in the foreseeable future as Katherine's schedule is chockablock.
We enter in medias res: The first gallery is filled chockablock with sculpture and drawings of 1966 and 1967, the former including, Earthworks excepted, some of the most physically present and imposing pieces the artist ever made: Plunge, The Cryosphere, Alogon, Alogon #2, and Pointless Vanishing Point.
The plant floor is chockablock with vertical and horizontal machining centers, CNC lathes, and multi-spindle chuckers that process knuckles, wheel hubs and driveline yokes and flanges.
The final chapter, entitled "The Poet's Handbook," is chockablock with practical exercises to help the would-be poet unleash his or her own muse.
The world's top analysts predict Brazilian outfits will be chockablock among the lists of fastest growing firms this year and next.
Noting the religious intolerance rallying cry about the painting of a black Virgin Mary ornamented with elephant dung and tiny magazine cutouts of buttocks, Quindlen writes: "No one seems to know, care or consider that medieval Catholic art, for example, is chockablock with sexual and scatological imagery, the sacred considered as meaningless without the profane as day is without night.
The Heart of the Circus" is quite a circus as a novel, chockablock with characters and events.
The piece is chockablock with ricochet partnering, body slams, a jiggly, jack-in-the box jump, and a gawky, head-bobbing backward run that suggests Byrne's own spastic dance style.
As we steam out from a Central District pier, the island's high-rise business district with its flashing neon, jostling crowds, and chockablock rows of gadget-stuffed shops gradually takes on a postcard quality.
Necarsulmer, cool under pressure but prone toward adrenaline rushes, didn't need any time to check if he could pack the event into an already chockablock schedule.