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fill

(Pervade), verb diffuse, extend throughout, imbue, infuse, leave no void, occupy, penetrate, perfuse, saturate, spread throughout

fill

(Sell out), verb fill to capacity, fill to overrlowing, fill to the brim, fill up, jam in, overfill, pack in, stuff in, supply, swell with a crowd

fill

(Supply), verb appoint, choose, elect, furnish, lay in or by, name, outfit, provide, refill, renew, replenish, stock, store
Associated concepts: fill an order under the UniformCommercial Code
See also: fulfill, imbue, impact, load, penetrate, permeate, pervade, replenish, satisfy
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It consisted of a steel drum filled with 200lbs (90 kilos) of high explosive, set to detonate at different depths of water.
Tugna said the teenagers tried opening coconuts they found near the factory by banging these against a drum filled with chemicals being used to manufacture fountains, triggering the explosion.
The same could be said of (I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea, which featured Thomas's legendary drum fills.
It was then that police intervened and cut open the drum filled with cement, which revealed the bones of a woman.
The centre pieces included a drum filled with flowers, bird cages filled with flowers and a milk urn and bottles filled with flowers.
Celtic's, ahem, interesting, away kit is like something dipped in a radioactive swamp and just like a drum filled with nuclear waste, the Parkhead attack should come with a hazard label.
Long-term damage was far greater than federal officials let on after a drum filled with radioactive waste blew up at the nation's only underground dump near Carlsbad in February 2014, a Times investigation finds, and the bill could top $2 billion--rivaling the cleanup after nation's worst nuclear accident at Three Mile island in 1979.
The author has organized the main body of his text in seven chapters devoted to getting started, velocity, dynamics, and mixing, grooves, drum fills and transitions, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) espouses the use of a black-colored drum filled with water that attracts egg-laying mosquitoes.
The crude devices are typically constructed of an oil drum filled with explosives and shrapnel and are rolled out of a helicopter once the fuse is lit.
The melodic elements of songs such as "The Thespian" and "Congratulations, I Hate You" are crisp and clear, and co-exist with the more metal-influenced demonic howls and machine-gun drum fills. This stylistic anarchy is far less jarring than it seems like it should be, and Alesana has the musical chops to make the chaos work.