Everything from screenplay writing to novel writing to nonfiction, magazine subscriptions, and more, as well as names and address listings of publishers and annual awards accepting open submissions jam-pack
this superbly informative, "must-have" resource for aspiring professional writers everywhere.
Pneumonia, flu, fever, throat, breath and skin related diseases are increasing in the city due to dry cold while all three government hospitals of Rawalpindi city witnessed a jam-pack
What this jazzy and jam-packed
Biography installment does document is Hoover's other manias: his insatiable ego; his hunger for fame and power; his retribution against young male agents who either stole his limelight or had the audacity to get married; and, most prominently, his eternal quest to expose and destroy Communists, which made him an ally of Cohn and the secret power behind Senator Joe McCarthy.
The busy first day of ARTS Week '94 was typical of a schedule that was jam-packed
throughout with classes, rehearsals, shows, and social activities.
A loopy parade of pre-oedipal playthings surrounded the visitor to Daniel Wiener's jam-packed
exhibition of unnameable sculptural objects.
Folk singers Bashir Lohar, Arshad Khan, Master Majeed, Sarfraz enthralled the jam-packed
audience while the performance of Multan Lok Raqs Party proved charming.
ONLINE encyclopedia Wikipedia has been turned into a book which is so jam-packed
with information it is 19 inches thick.
Prof Barker keeps online readers up to date with details of forthcoming walks, and his pages are jam-packed
This delicious sausage has been specially created using top-quality pork, jam-packed
with whole Heinz baked beans and oozing with flavour.
Every Monday morning, Scotland's top sports team brings you The Winner - a 12-page pull-out jam-packed
with all the weekend's football action.
Both the halls were jam-packed
with students and their parents.
My husband and I travelled from Lewes in Sussex to London on a jam-packed
train with every toilet locked and not a guard in sight to open one.