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Synonyms for jampack

crowd or pack to capacity

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Each week's jampacked, John Bishop feel-good show is based on a universal theme - subjects and events that touch everyone's lives, including family, growing up, holidays, work, love and marriage.
Sunday, May 2 - Again, a long and jampacked day, with the highlights being Carla Bley & The Lost Chords (Andy Sheppard and Italian trumpeter Paolo Fresu are in the band), Fly (the Brad Mehldau rhythm team with saxophonist Mark Turner), avant-garde trumpeter Cuong Vu, guitar legend John Scofield, and the London-based jazz orchestra Fringe Magnetic.
The place was jampacked with roughly 1,500 women from all over the United States.
Come on down and claim your free goody bag jampacked with summer essentials with every copy of your favourite Sunday read.
Jampacked with rollicking action and over-the-top silliness, this is a perfect graphic novel for younger collections.
We also bring you Clive Barnes' incisive commentary on The Royal Ballet, profiles of three of The Royal's ballerinas, a feature on the maverick choreographer Joe Goode, and a jampacked "Vital Signs." So there are lots of reasons you'll want to hang on to this issue for months, or years, to come.
Outdoor attractions such as Beamish and Alnwick Garden enjoyed massive visitor numbers and the routes to rural retreats were jampacked.
Bly's helpful and amusing volume is jampacked with wisdom and plenty of tips to help you get organized, manage your time better, cure procrastination and increase your productivity.
The agenda for the $100 a plate fundraiser gala is boasting a jampacked night of entertainment that includes Gordon Tootoosis and Audrey Johnston acting as hosts.
Constituents were having a hard time getting through jampacked phone lines to express their views and the congressman had no e-mail.
is the headline for an upbeat article which dominates the front page of the business section of The New York Times (September 4, 1998), which notes that "the flights coming in from the United States are so jampacked with oil and chemical company executives hungry for a piece of the action here that reservations are hard to come by.
This, by the way, is less than a fifth of the contents of this jampacked, seething picture.
It was jampacked on a chilly autumn morning in September 1990 when Atlantans gathered for the announcement that the city had captured the 1996 Olympic Games.
3 and moved within another win of barging into the finals of the UAAP women's volleyball tournament after a masterful 25-14, 25-23, 23-25, 25-19 victory at jampacked Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.