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Birds can't digest the berries and could starve to death while completely full and they also emit a chemical that can kill other plants," Matt noted.
Prof Derek Alderson, of the Royal College of Surgeons, said: "The logjam effect is a major problem because hospitals are completely full virtually all of the time.
Hangars A, B, C, D and the Main Aircraft Display were all completely full with exhibitors.
The schools in Morpeth, apart from the odd first school, are completely full with waiting lists for each year group.
It is difficult when you ground is not completely full every week, which you wouldn't expect in the Championship.
However, as I write, every one of the public rubbish bins between Albany Road-Butts-Queens Road is completely full and overflowing with rubbish, which is then blown around the neighbourhood and is a depressing eyesore.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The first natural gas condensate reservoir of the phases 17 and 18 of the South Pars Gas Field has become completely full and is ready for exports.
It was predicted that the Adelphi would be completely full on the night of the big race.
I may be completely full of shit about that part but that seems to be in my head.
The Gwladrugby account, which has almost 10,000 followers, said they had driven to Cardiff after waiting at the station for an hour - with five completely full trains passing as they waited.
The talks, given to small groups ranging from 12 to 50 people, were completely full, with more than 300 RSVPs.
The western cemetery, the largest cemetery of Almaty located near the thermal power plant, is completely full now," said Ismailov.

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