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Poorly constructed mud, carton and rusting iron sheet shelters crowd together along twisted narrow lanes, which serve as open drains.
Night has fallen and the soldiers all around me crowd together with hand-held radios, trying to get the latest news of the battle from their comrades.
desperate Afghan refugees crowd together at the closed Pakistani border as they try to leave the threatened country by lorry, car, van and foot
All day and every day, hippos crowd together in rivers.
They move or stand in choreographically precise poses, turn toward or away from one another, crowd together or separate.
That's what happens when toe many recorded magnetic "spots" crowd together on a disk's surface: They destabilize each other's polarities, which makes the error-rate too high for data accuracy.
As the air cools, the water drops in the clouds crowd together, or condense, to make larger drops.
We would love to get most of the old crowd together.
This aggregation has two effects: First, by binding onto more than one site, the receptors hold the toxin tightly; second, as the receptors crowd together, the fluorescent signal from the reporting molecules changes.
The currency of Captiva is cigarettes, the native costumes are a jumble of old uniforms, and the citizens--apparently all male--tend to crowd together in tiny rooms.
But access to electricity can be hard to find in overcrowded camps, nor is it always free in cafes where young and old crowd together over a socket, waiting anxiously to phone home.
Get Down and Get With It was an absolute footstomper if there ever was one, while the arm-waving My Oh My brought the band and crowd together as one.