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COTTAGE CAKES OF CRACOE: Steve Oxby's stall is jam-packed with a range of traditional cakes baked in his own farmhouse kitchen.
The schedules are jam-packed week in, week out, and it's intensely competitive all the way, but prospects for the year look very encouraging.
Madeleine Holland, from Walsall Multi Faith Forum said: "We have a jam-packed programme of fun and entertainment planned to celebrate St George's Day.
Some schools, such as Golden Poppy, are jam-packed with children, while classrooms sit empty at Juniper Intermediate and Yucca schools, where student populations have been declining.
Army, the NATO military, and the CIA; now, he offers the updated second edition of Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques, a jam-packed wealth of brain-twisting visual and verbal puzzles and exercises designed to stimulate new ways of solving problems and looking at situations.
Written by Tom Turpin (Professor of Entomology in Purdue's College of Agriculture), Flies in the Face of Fashion, Mites Make Right, and Other Bugdacious Tales is jam-packed with fun facts about insects--from the bug that ancient Egyptians used to worship as a god to how horseflies can fly without a head to the inordinate contribution that humble fruit flies have made to science.
Rothman found that only one gorilla-favored food--decaying wood--is jam-packed with sodium (see graph, left).
Now that smartphones are jam-packed with features such as MP3 players, QWERTY keypads, video and still cameras, and e-mail, it's tough to imagine what they could be lacking.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, July 2003: This short YA novel is jam-packed with energy as two sisters get the courage to borrow money and begin a business doing people's hair (twists and turns, creating braids) in their Brooklyn neighborhood.
Assembled with direct input from casting directors so that aspiring extras have the most current information about the correct procedures to secure work, "Extra" Work for Brain Surgeons is jam-packed with over 500 pages of information about Extras casting companies, calling services, guidelines on everything from how to write a resume to the requirements for children seeking work as extras, maps, a "must-know" glossary for anyone working in the business, and much more.
On a recent afternoon in his small, jam-packed 19th-floor office at Knopf, the prestigious literary imprint of Random House where the out designer has worked since graduating from Penn State two decades ago (he also freelances for other publishers), Kidd makes it all sound simple.
More than 9,100 industry members jam-packed the Jacob K.
The jam-packed event was abuzz with awestruck guests who were elated by this year's house and its roster of star designers.
This delicious sausage has been specially created using top-quality pork, jam-packed with whole Heinz baked beans and oozing with flavour.
Wales' visit to France also looks set to be a jam-packed affair with tickets demanding starting bids of at least pounds 100.