Buoyed by moss and gases from decaying plants, it teems with
birdS and is said to harbor a bear-size turtle nAmed Big Ben.
Brixton, known as London's Harlem, teems with
Caribbean and African boutiques, restaurants, and nightclubs.
The background in Zambian artist Batu's painting is not golden as with the old masters; it's an earthen background, like an earth-green rag rug that teems with
Twilight teems with
classic romance novel fare--forbidden love, questionable parentage, a celebrity stalker and over-wrought dialogue.
The Monitor, following standard media practice, reports that Russia teems with
desperately poor nuclear scientists, and insists that Russia's law enforcement organs have a difficult time keeping track of them.
A sprawling, typically Dickensian novel, Nicholas Nickleby teems with
villains and victims, and leaves no doubt as to the author's attitude towards the social conditions of his day.
Instead, the site teems with
signs of wealth and commerce.
This is a meditative book, yet it teems with
Haunted by the likes of Marcel Duchamp and Jacques Derrida, his work teems with
disorienting encounters, seamlessly mixing references to old master compositions adn Popular Mechanics.
"Minnesota teems with
lakes and connecting rivers, particularly in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
People may give little thought to it, but the world beneath their feet teems with
Likewise, The Black Experience teems with
casual anecdotes of encounters with lions of black history: Du Bois, Nkrumah, Wright, Mandela, and Miriam Makeba all make appearances.
Contrary to a common misperception, pack ice teems with
life, from photosynthetic microalgae to 6-foot-tall sea sponges to polar bears and penguins.
In the hearts and minds of many astronomers, the universe teems with
stars executing tiny pirouettes, pulled to and fro by unseen planets.
Imagine also that an accidental needle stick could be fatal because the syringe teems with
a virus that is spectacularly lethal to humans.