swarm with

swarm with (someone or something)

To be filled or covered with a huge number of people or things. I nearly died of fright to discover our trashcan was swarming with cockroaches. The beaches in this town are swarming with people in the summer, so it's actually nicer to be here in the offseason.
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swarm with someone or something

to be abundant or crowded with moving people or things. The playground was swarming with children, and I couldn't find my own. The picnic blanket swarmed with ants.
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swarm with

To be full of some things or some people; abound or teem with some things or some people: The rotten log swarmed with insects. The courtroom is swarming with reporters.
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References in classic literature ?
Gangs of dock- labourers swarm with muddy feet over the gangways.
Initialize particle positions and velocities of each swarm with random values.
The main module compares the gbest of each swarm with the previous one in the module to decide if gbest needs to be updated using multi-swarm scheduler request rule.
Each APKWS rocket heads for a different boat, in essence swarming the swarm with tiny lethal munitions.
Adkins arrives at Swarm with an outstanding background in Sales, Marketing, Legal, Sourcing, Field Teams and Operations.
to deconvolve EME signals from the swarm with use of signals out of the swarm.
The number of male and female midges at the beginning (10 min), middle (25 min) and the end (50 min) of the aggregation was determined using samples of individuals obtained from a swarm with a mechanical aspirator (Hausherrs machine Works, New Jersey).
It happens when a new queen bee develops and the current queen takes her swarm with her to another hive.
Based on the above mentioned papers and due to the strong swarm with events ML>3.
Once the queen is settled others will swarm with her.