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to be abundantly filled or richly supplied

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be teeming, be abuzz

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produce buds, branches, or germinate

become abundant

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breed freely and abundantly

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Apparently the presence of water body favours installation and pullulating of Diptera.
Ziegler sees Mirbeau as an innovative writer, whose work is "an agent of transformation, a grave pullulating with growth, a site of corruption and resurrection" (8).
The philosophy behind the pullulating new Fed facilities is precisely the opposite of that traditional concept.
I walk away believing my child will be smarter, taller, and more athletic than the thing pullulating beneath that woman's clothes.
One wonders here about Borges's allusion to Tlon's "torres de sangre," in a story pullulating with references to anti-Semitism, Nazism, and let's not forget, cremation (OC 435).
Other, more theoretically informed studies appeal to a modernist aversion to closure and thus locate Fontane among the seeds of a pullulating narrative ambiguity in literary modernism.
Then add the fact that private Christian schools endorsing "creationscience" are currently pullulating like rabbits.
Son perspectivas renovadoras, nomadas en un infinito proceso de translacion, como tematizacion de las infinitas posibilidades de eleccion, seleccion, decision y proliferacion, procesos que Borges denomina <<pululacion>>, termino tomado por Murray y transportado al ingles como pullulating.
Like many of his peers, Said missed the deeper issue: whether Arabs could shape a durable, tolerant, democratic system to replace the appalling, failed kleptocracies pullulating in the region, the very regimes that oppressed them on a daily basis.
The earlier notebooks will probably have the most general appeal, for they show "the pullulating swarm of ideas" that Frye had at midlife as well as his attraction to pattern and his fear of "false symmetry" (131).
A "breeding ground of frogs," the pond invites comparison with the flax pools of Seamus Heaney's "Death of a Naturalist" (5-6) with its childish horror of breeding, pullulating frogs.
Javier Salmones' richly textured visuals, whether showing lurid close-ups of Manuel's pullulating skin transformations or of globby liquids, a runaway coach and horses in flames, or simply taking in the stunning landscapes.
In fact, liberal individualism is a problem for everybody, since its vision of human beings as atoms pullulating benignly about in space cannot deal with what happens when the atoms bump into one another.
Now it's all civilised and the place is just pullulating with Brits.
Her praise of pop culture, pornography, and the pullulating ephemera of the counterculture must be understood as part of her baffle against seriousness as traditionally defined.