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Synonyms for cram

to fill to excess by compressing or squeezing tightly

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time

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Synonyms for cram

crowd or pack to capacity

put something somewhere so that the space is completely filled

study intensively, as before an exam

prepare (students) hastily for an impending exam

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That is, early memories can be predictors of later interpersonal behavior.
Prof Martin Conway and Dr Catriona Morrison reveal how Beatles music helped develop early memories
Early memories are of casual, fun, easy informal meals, centred upon social family get-togethers.
Her early memories are of the horse and buggy days, and attending a country school where almost all of the students were her cousins.
He was a big part of my early memories with playing.
Each entry provides at least one picture of the individual profiled, and bold-faced rubrics lead the reader to information on birth, youth, early memories, education, first jobs, marriage and family, career highlights, memorable experiences, hobbies, and honors and awards.
Dear Editor, -In response to your recent call for early memories of this station, as a pupil at King Edwards School from 1927 to 1930 I travelled from Kings Heath twice daily and therefore passed through New Street station thousands of times during my time there.
My early memories of my grandparents are rich with Catholic images.
In-depth information is provided on birth, youth, early memories, education, first jobs, marriage and family, career highlights, memorable experiences, hobbies, and honors and awards.
The two volumes of Butler's autobiography, Karoo Morning (1977) and Bursting World (1983), proceed from early memories of his family up to his war service.
Best known is MARJORIE DAW, but Aldrich's best book is probably THE STORY OF A BAD BOY (1870), a novel that draws heavily on his early memories of Portsmouth.
As a kid, my early memories of fried chicken are of Max's on Scout Tuazon in Quezon City.
One of my early memories is holding Dad's hand and marching with other miners through Garnant, in the Amman Valley, to hear Jim Griffiths make a campaign speech in the Workmen's Hall there for a seat in the Commons.
They reduce stress levels, are harmless and can help people tap into early memories, especially those suffering from dementia.
But one of her most scary early memories came while with pals in a cemetery in Earl's Court, London.
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