Therefore, I note here, though it may not be at all necessary, that there are hundreds of Will Cases (as they are called), far more remarkable than that fancied in this book; and that the stores of the Prerogative Office teem with
instances of testators who have made, changed, contradicted, hidden, forgotten, left cancelled, and left uncancelled, each many more wills than were ever made by the elder Mr Harmon of Harmony Jail.
That body recommended certain measures to their constituents, and the event proved their wisdom; yet it is fresh in our memories how soon the press began to teem with
pamphlets and weekly papers against those very measures.
Astrobiologist Jack Farmer said: "On Earth, hydrothermal deposits teem with
The waters of the Sacramento Valley teem with
sturgeon, salmon, bass, steelhead, crappie, bluegill, and more, to offer the dedicated angler a great variety of fish.
A credit card or sheet of paper might look smooth, but under a microscope, these surfaces teem with
ridges, pits, and other irregularities.
They teem with
oneiric imagery (disembodied eyes, horned women, hypertrophied flowers, snakes with the faces of owls, flying rams) and intricate patterns (spirals, curlicues, dots, scallops, and undulating striations).
Poirier's characters are believably eccentric, and his plots teem with
the plausible weirdness of desert towns.
This is but one example of outrageous exploits that teem with
Celtic love of life.
Where Indian groceries sit next to taco stands and classrooms teem with
little bright-eyed faces whose ethnicities can be traced to every corner of the world.
Both variations of the coating are currently being tested on panels submerged in Hawaiian and Florida waters that teem with
sea life, and patents are pending.
Both teem with
lesson plans, syllabi, book reviews, historiographical essays and other materials created by and for teachers.
Scientists say they're strikingly similar to those on Earth--which teem with
fossils, preserved living remains.
We want the entire escarpment to teem with
crosses," said Switon, who two years ago faced court investigations for alleged anti-Semitic activities.
The whole place seems to have a taboo about it: The nearest villagers refuse to enter into its dark corridors, which teem with