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In addition, people were standing against the walls, packed like sardines.
They walked over to the mass of dancers who were packed like sardines.
I am surprised it did not take six; you must have been packed like sardines."
The mob on the other side was packed like sardines, all of them waving and shouting.
Almost all the men were wounded, who had been packed like sardines into trucks or trailers.
To the troops, packed like sardines in the trucks, it had been a nightmarish ride.
Vaguely she wondered who had coined the phrase 'packed like sardines'.
78 people were killed and 363 injured; one witness described the dead as "packed like sardines in their own blood".
In the "garage", between 150-160 people were "packed like sardines" and the heat was unbearable.
On either side of the human chain an infinite variety of cars were packed like sardines.
"We were packed like sardines into the hold and it took us 19 days to make a journey of three to four days.
Inside the auditorium, except for the front rows on the podium, spectators were packed like sardines in a tin.
That being so we can't allow everyone in here, it wouldn't be long before we'd be packed like sardines.'
Oiled vacationers lay packed like sardines on the blistering sand.
Drawings are packed like sardines in the galleries, but they are some of the greatest works of early 20th-century art.
We were packed like sardines.
The survivors moaned about how they'd been packed like sardines, about how they hadn't had anything to eat or drink.
They were packed like sardines, but at least here they were safe from that incredible rifle in the upper window.
Mr. Steinman said that the last time Warrant played there, in 2001, "people were packed like sardines."
But one would never know it from this scene dominated by a little pony with a tassled bridle trotting past trees packed like sardines.
But the growing numbers of men and women who conduct research at the pole are packed like sardines into their cramped cubicles, huts and tents.
Why blame beauty when it might be nothing more than a reaction in certain psychologically vulnerable people to being packed like sardines in an unfamiliar place?
It also meant that a line that normally carries 75,000 people on 123 trains, found 17,600 people packed like sardines into 15 trains.
The members-only policy after 10pm Thursday to Saturday is (flexibly) enforced to keep the dance floor capacity at a manageable 'packed like sardines' level.
Between 400 and 600 people who had been packed like sardines were able to escape.
I am surprised it did not take six; you must have been packed like sardines.
Projects were packed like sardines but the information content was enormous!
Occasionally, a bus just doesn't come and, as a result, the next one is packed like sardines.
Frozen, stacked one on top of another, packed like sardines.
She pushes to find standing room among the passengers packed like sardines.
At the start everyone was packed like sardines against waist high metal barriers.
We were packed like sardines into row, and there was almost no possibility of leaving your seat during the meeting.
We’re packed like sardines on the platform, but it’s never easy.”
This is true for sufficiently large n since the lions will be packed like sardines and have no room to escape.
Now the scene changes and instead of seeing the schoolhouse comfortably filled we see children packed like sardines in a box.
It's far worse than anyone imagined: one in four people behind bars are packed like sardines into cramped cells.
Inside, the crowd - about 5,000 more than the usual all-ticket limit - were packed like sardines.
“They don’t have an image of illegal immigrants packed like sardines into houses.”
Packed like sardines between the boundaries are 51 one-bedroom apartments and 30 two-bedders.
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