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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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Teeming Rain: trainer Charlie Swan won the Eider in 2002, and his representative this year comes into the race in excellent form
James (nicely voiced by Hugh Jackman) flushed into a subterranean world teeming with rats, slugs and the villainous Toad (Ian McKellen) who wants the sewers all to himself.
It is teeming with imported fish, yet suffers mass wildlife die-offs and farm waste loading.
All the actors are strong, especially Sally Hawkins and Elaine Cassidy as the lesbian lovers, even if the production's budgetary constraints show in spots: A teeming London slum boils down to a klatch of extras.
Eva has never been off the prairie and Denver is teeming with con artists, stores jammed together, and the traffic of carriages, wagons, and single riders.
They then explain what happened from that moment of the Big Bang forward to create countless galaxies and stars, dark matter, and perhaps abundant planets teeming with life.
Lewis presses further to unveil a Roppongi that is even more dangerous today--and teeming with ripe young Lucies looking for work.
Roughly half the piazza is occupied by the basin, pushing visitors to the edge of a man-made amphitheatre and transforming urban life into a teeming, dramatic spectacle.
A dense procession of morphing images, voice-overs teeming with literary and philosophical quotations, and solemn music, The Old Place invites deciphering--not summary.
take note from Davis (his team manages more than 100 aquariums teeming with 120 different marine species): "To be a successful fish-keeper you have to be patient and do a lot of research.
A dazzling exception was the beautifully precise Fyodor Lopukhov who, with the same long face and body of his grandfather (the great avant-garde choreographer of the same name), danced high on demipointe, rising and falling on just the balls of his feet and turning his legs inward and out with such focused precision that for a moment his beautifully presented instep was all that one saw on the teeming stage.
They will greatly add to an area of the city already teeming in history.