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Synonyms for cram

Synonyms for cram

to fill to excess by compressing or squeezing tightly

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time


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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The Steve Cram Celebrity Golf Day was sponsored by Grosvenor Casinos and supported by Nike, De Vere Slaley Hall, Berghaus, Potts Printers and Desert Springs Golf Resort.
Democratic congressional leaders were determined to pass cram down legislation, and they had majorities in both chambers.
Dr Cram is also allowed to contribute letters as often as he wants if he is passionate about his beliefs.
The survey said that about 60 percent of parents expressed uneasiness over the increasing tendency for primary school students to attend cram school.
Former 1,500m champion Steve has now joined forces with sports giant Reebok to launch a new wristband system called the Cram Alert ID.
Cram will be in the commentary position for the BBC at this weekend's National Championships as Britain's athletes look to book their places in the Olympic team.
Cram said in the filing that the five pieces of property he owns will be surrendered back to the banks.
Coe's old running rival Cram has the background in both athletics and administration to make him a very strong candidate.
For instance, Cram was married in 1900, and the couple's honeymoon in Italy was joined by another man; married life for Bess Cram was punctuated by frequent nervous breakdowns.
While recalling his own sensational senior year, Siuslaw's Collin Cram looked at the other Sky-Em League success stories this season.
Athletics legend Steve Cram begged a court not to ban him from driving to avoid a clash between his wife and his Teesside girlfriend.
FORMER champion athlete Steve Cram was yesterday banned from driving for six months under the totting up procedure.
Cram produced a fabulous performance to overcome Moroccan rival Said Aouita to claim gold in the 1,500 metres, a result that later earned him the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year award.
You tell her you'll do it, grab the Times, reach for the Atlas, and start to cram.