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Most recently, it teamed with Justin Bieber on a clog it released in select markets around the world.

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Does Jackson actually want to keep him at a salary-cap clogging 129 million over five years?

Apparently the annoying ads clogging the news feed is not why people leave Facebook, it's privacy concerns.

A year ago, there were 6.3 months worth of inventory clogging the market.

Chef Oliver is not the first European to cross the Atlantic and discourage the populace from eating horrid artery-clogging muck.

Ever wonder how a processed meat product became synonymous with unwanted email clogging up your inbox?

It was his idea that tuberculosis of the lungs is caused by spores of fermenting starch clogging the minute blood vessels.

A platform was improvised near a blazing fire of pine boards and we had some excellent clogging and singing.

The black dust stuck to Jimmy's hot skin and he labored across the clogging stuff.

Exercise, diet, correct habits of living will prevent the congestion and clogging-up that causes illness and pain.

See that nothing is clogging the strainer, and ascertain whether the water is sucked in or not.

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On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clogging, such as: bottleneck, overpopulation, traffic jam, crowding, excess, and jam.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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