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In six jam-packed and thought-provoking chapters, with introduction, epilogue, and copious notes, Duval outlines Rabelais's "master plan" (xiv) for the composition of a book whose twin towers will be the constituent elements of epic and Christian humanism.
All 13 episodes from the series' first season are included on this DVD, jam-packed with spoofy hilarity and mystery the whole family will enjoy.
However, this season I am struggling to find anything that merits being in my collection and I don't want to pack my already jam-packed wardrobe with more clothes.
Sellotape a plastic fork to the top of a Tupperware box that's jam-packed full of salad or pasta and you have your very own ready-meal on the go.
The jam-packed color illustrations and the extensive text are further supplemented with notes at the back of the book, about noble leaders and great ideas that promoted world harmony and peace.
Attractively presented, it's jam-packed with a wealth of information on farmers' markets, agricultural products, organic foods, cooking classes, food and wine events, wineries, tasting rooms, steak houses, culinary attractions, specialty shops and markets, brewing companies and more.
A worker said: 'Her car was jam-packed full of junk - personal stuff.
The "H" signals that the air is jam-packed with molecules.
But in a company jam-packed with male talent, it seemed like there might be even more opportunities in another company.
This fast-paced read is jam-packed with action and bad jokes (all of which I loved), and it will make a fine addition to collections aimed at younger readers.
The opening of Aero, Thomas O'Brien's swank new store in New York's SoHo neighborhood, was a jam-packed event.