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I couldn't quite pull it off with my house in the middle of a chockablock estate, but if you live out in the vast countryside round here, and if you've got a few extra quid hanging about, it would certainly get the neighbours talking.
The Avenue, with its flawed but sympathetic characters living chockablock on the suburban street, is Cannon's most successful creation, and one in which her insight into the problems of ordinary people is most persuasive.
We'd pet shops, joke shops, clothes shops, and our caffs were chockablock.
The higher you climb, the more chockablock forest and oak woodland habitat.
The book is chockablock with wild and woolly tales, but according to Evans, the Peckinpah who regularly visited him in New Mexico "was a whole different human being" than the raucous, often dangerous Peckinpah of filmmaking lore.
I'm a working mum on school run duties, Cathays is chockablock now parking costs to pay and display have gone up.
It also collaborated with London-based architect and interior designer, Ferhan Azman, founder of Azman Architects, to design Chockablock, a ceramic installation for the international pavilion.
Jeddah: Khadija HabibThe spirit of nationalism was there for everyone to see as streets of Saudi cities went chockablock with vehicles carrying enthusiastic citizens waving the national flag in celebration of the National Day.
The band's early fiery repertoire was chockablock with r'n'b standards by the likes of Sam Cooke, John Lee Hooker and Jimmy Reed, but it was their electrifying take on the traditional folk song Rising Sun Blues which astounded pop audiences in the region.
When she eventually got on to a ward, it was chockablock.
Great escape: The M6 near Walsall is chockablock yesterday morning.
Thoroughly revised and updated from his previous 1001 Ways, this book is chockablock with low-and no-cost creative ideas and strategies to nurture talent and retail those skilled employees.