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teem

(tēm)
v. teemed, teeming, teems
v.intr.
To be full of things; abound or swarm: A drop of water teems with microorganisms.

teem′er n.
teem′ing·ly adv.
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At noon meals, the TEEM director invited speakers to discuss their faith, their business experience, or other topics.
DRIVE TIME: The Beckhams with a friend on David's birthday yesterday; TEEM QUIZ: DJ Spoony
Supported by the government under the auspices of the National Grid for Learning, TEEM wants to expand its role across the country.
TEEM also found that those involved in the study preferred to play with friends, which helped improve their negotiating and team-building skills.
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Its multiple levels teem with bizarre couplings between Boschian creatures and limbless torsos, dog-boys and open-mouthed girls.
2 million euros through the sale of Impregilo participations in Consorzio Costruttori TEEM TEEM Building Consortium for approximately 13.
Where Indian groceries sit next to taco stands and classrooms teem with little bright-eyed faces whose ethnicities can be traced to every corner of the world.