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The volume you can achieve per pound spent can be attractive, especially given it’s not as congested with other advertisers as other apps.
As a result, many retailers and grocers have been attempting to stockpile supplies in advance of January 1 and the road approaches to the Channel crossings have already been congested for weeks due to the additional truck traffic.
The contents of a hundred Primers rose higgledy-piggledy, to congest his mind and memory.
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The keen night air had seemed for the moment fairly to congest her lungs and render her speechless and breathless.
Alcohol will sometimes congest the brain of an adult under the most trying and discouraging circumstances.
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It is an easy thing to have printed congealed for that word, and congest occurs in A Lover's Complaint.
His case, with such phrases as "Supportlessly congest" well to the fore, was good.
Congest′ed, affected with an unnatural accumulation of blood: overcrowded; Congest′ible.
They seem to congest in the cities because the cities are necessarily their places of first arrival.
In such cases and the countless others that congest the lists of the lower courts arguments of fact must be made.

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