Its route seemed interminable, through the low, brick, suburban, populous houses
A hundred yards on either side of that route, the old filth, illness, overcrowding, and starvation will prevail
The "student village", as it was called, was a teeming ware of 10, 000 students
"after they invade the cell, they multiply rapidly. For example, millions of polio viruses crowded together form only a speck."
And bosses should defuse conflicts early, listen to staff complaints, avoid overcrowding and set realistic workloads and deadlines
"Ok , as long as the buses are not crowded . "
Try to bag an empty table,ie to secure one,eg in a crowded restaurant
We find a job, make a small circle of friends and acquaintances, and move into some cramped accommodation.
In the crowded elevator, another dusty, toil-stained youth tried to make an impression on her by leering in her face.
"Oh, no. Is the train going to be this crowded every day? "
like rabbits in a warren
packed like sardines
a wave of
be packed as close as herrings