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Yet I am not speaking of the hungry, restless folk who, by scores nay, even by hundreds--could be seen crowded around the gaming-tables.
The students crowded into the window, saluted them as they passed with sarcasms and ironical applause.
When they saw their leader fall, the crowd gave another angry shout; but the stranger placed his back against the tent near which he stood, swinging his terrible staff, and so fell had been the blow that he struck the stout smith that none dared to come within the measure of his cudgel, so the press crowded back, like a pack of dogs from a bear at bay.
said the Cossack to a convoy soldier with a wagon, who was pressing onto the infantrymen who were crowded together close to his wheels and his horses.
But the soldiers, crowded together shoulder to shoulder, their bayonets interlocking, moved over the bridge in a dense mass.
The soldiers crowded against one another with terrified faces, and Denisov joined Nesvitski.
The infantry who had been stopped crowded near the bridge in the trampled mud and gazed with that particular feeling of ill-will, estrangement, and ridicule with which troops of different arms usually encounter one another at the clean, smart hussars who moved past them in regular order.
The place was crowded with people grouped about little tables.
But the throng of people--the foremost of whom had heard every word that Lord George Gordon said, and among all of whom the rumour had been rapidly dispersed that the stranger was a Papist who was bearding him for his advocacy of the popular cause--came pouring out pell-mell, and, forcing the nobleman, his secretary, and Sir John Chester on before them, so that they appeared to be at their head, crowded to the top of the stairs where Mr Haredale waited until the boat was ready, and there stood still, leaving him on a little clear space by himself.
As more Americans transition from the more traditional job market, we're focusing on this audience -- which is rapidly growing -- and streamlining the process of looking for work," said Mark Roth Co-founder and COO of Crowded.
In a city where the apartment vacancy rate is one percent, average rent hovers near $4,000 a month, and wait time for public housing can be years long, it should come as no shock that a new report shows that more than one-in-12 dwellings in NYC are severely crowded.
In chapter 4 Munro, attempting to clarify the excessiveness he attributes to the crowd, employs the idea of a rhizomatic system (borrowed from Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari) to describe "the crowded city [as] both inarticulate and disarticulated, distracted, dismembered--if a body at all, a body without organs" (141).