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th rawng

  • n  a large gathering of people
  • v  press tightly together or cram

  • Sociologists explain the millions who now throng the two main Kali centers in eastern India, at Kamakhya and Tarapith, as what happens when the rat race that is India's future .
  • The speech that started it all was delivered to an emotional throng of Charismatics and Pentecostals whom Roberts is trying to unite into some sort of loose coalition.
  • Young miners in cutoff shorts and sandals throng the dusty alleyways; grizzled oldtimers wearing floppy straw hats lead their pack mules through the maze.
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  • Phil Mickelson leads U.S. Open
    ARDMORE, PA. — A throng of fans crowded a tiny nook overlooking the first green at Merion Golf Club.
    June 16, 2013 - Asbury Park Press
  • PARTY LINES: Minimum wage hike debated on Beacon Hill
    The state’s minimum wage was a hot topic this past week on Beacon Hill, as a throng of spectators crowded into the Statehouse for a hearing on a proposed minimum wage increase. State Sen. Marc Pacheco, D-Taunton, is sponsoring a bill to raise the state’s hourly minimum wage from $8 to $11 by July 2015 and tie future adjustments to the rate of inflation.
    June 15, 2013 - The Taunton Gazette
  • First Island Athletic Hall of Famers inducted
    It was a love fest at Shelter Island School Thursday night as a throng of locals and visitors were on hand to honor two former coaches, eight individual athletes and four teams that have put the town’s name on the map.
    June 14, 2013 - The Shelter Island Reporter

  • John McCain in Toledo Blade
    I sincerely hope that the next president is here today,Mr. McCain said. "My opponent, of course, is traveling in Europe, and tomorrow his tour takes him to France. In a scene that Lance would recognize, a throng of adoring fans awaits...
  • Britney Spears in
    Because of a recent incident when I was trapped in my car without my baby by a throng of paparazzi, I was terrified that this time the physically aggressive paparazzi would put both me and my baby in danger,said Spears. "I instinctively...
  • Bob Brown in Reuters UK
    Nicola was the Labor shadow minister who told a cheering throng in this building in 2004 that Labor would lead the charge to ban gay marriage,Brown said.

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