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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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Classrooms participating in TEEM also receive and are expected to incorporate a school readiness classroom materials kit (e.g., Lakeshore's School Readiness Kit; www.
These four interlocking principles formed TEEM's spiritual skeleton.
Bishop Mark Holmerud offers a pastoral, theological, and practical reflection on theological education, stating that TEEM is "a welcome sign of a healthy collaboration between the seminaries and congregations of this church, and a much needed gift for the future of theological education and any possibility for a 'new' ecclesiology that is nimble, agile, and responsive to shifts in the culture as well as willing to risk shaping that 'dominant culture with the message of Christ's transforming love for the world." Holmerud challenges the seminaries and church structures to radically rethink the ways that pastors are trained for ordained ministry.
"I don't know whether I'll be disgruntled or not, but I've copied the outfit of a mime," Teem said.
Most of the people appearing are doing it solely because of the commercial pulling power of being associated with the Dreem Teem.
The DJ production trio Dreem Teem - Mikee B, Timmi Magic and DJ Spoony - will showcase R `n' B and Soul, as well as the UK Garage for which they are best known.
DRIVE TIME: The Beckhams with a friend on David's birthday yesterday; TEEM QUIZ: DJ Spoony
Teachers Evaluating Multimedia Software (TEEM) has invited the 3,000- plus teachers in both state and independent sectors in the city to the training day on Monday, February 21.
In eighteenth and nineteenth century Italy, Church records teem with admonitory references to the threat of "public scandal," and the necessity to avoid it.
TEEM analysed the gaming habits of 700 seven- to 16-year-olds.
A credit card or sheet of paper might look smooth, but under a microscope, these surfaces teem with ridges, pits, and other irregularities.
Scientists say they're strikingly similar to those on Earth--which teem with fossils, preserved living remains.