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teeming

[′tēm·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Pouring molten metal, usually a ferrous metal, into an ingot mold from a furnace or ladle.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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But it shall be your curse, ye immaculate ones, ye pure discerners, that ye shall never bring forth, even though ye lie broad and teeming on the horizon!
The multiplicity of man-gods on the teeming sidewalks became a real bore to Michael, so that man-gods, in general, underwent a sharp depreciation.
He further disclosed that the state government is committed to the implementation of the youth policies on improved participation of its teeming youths in all aspects of life enterprises that would strategically boost the economy.
The last lines of the poem are the most memorable: "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Serengeti African safari places tourists amid teeming wildlife.
HUNDREDS of mourners braved teeming rain to pay their last respects to a miner killed in a colliery disaster.
TEEMING RAIN prefaced his victory in last year's Devon National with two non-completions in hunter chases.
The loveable rogue that is Teeming Rain gets another chance to restore his wounded reputation at Exeter.
SELECTIONS AYR: 1.50 Kudu Country, 2.25 Prince Tam, 3.00 Turbo Island, 3.35 Kempski, 4.10 Wizards Dust, 4.45 Berwick Law BANGOR: 1.35 Kerada, 2.10 Saltagioo, 2.45 Double Hit, 3.20 Double Hit, 3.20 The Betchworth Kid, 3.55 Teeming Rain, 4.30 Organiz, 5.05 Bendant KEMPTON: 1.25 Arctic Ben, 2.00 Bormo, 2.35 Quantitativeeasing, 3.10 Conington, 3.45 Duc De Regniere, 4.20 Gaora Lane, 4.55 Caught By Witness SOUTHWELL: 1.15 Vogarth, 1.45 Drumpellier, 2.20 GRUDGE (NAP), 2.55 Friends Hope, 3.30 Doctor Zhivago, 4.05 Rubi Dia, 4.40 Novay Essjay WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.15 Rocket Ruby, 5.45 Profit's Reality, 6.15 Flaxen Lake, 6.45 Ebraam, 7.15 Starburst, 7.45 Mojeerr, 8.15 Only A Game, 8.45 Romantic Queen DOUBLE: Grudge and Teeming Rain
TONY MCCOY booted home a rare 20-1 winner on his only ride of the day when the aptly-named Teeming Rain dourly landed the Devon National at Exeter.