While they pay lip service to prevention, the money is spent on walkways, street lights and jungle gyms.
A teen swings from the branches and scratches its back against the jungle floor.
"It was the law of the jungle, especially for the big guys," Bean says of 1990s Russia .
Most threatening to Allie are the missionaries who travel through the jungle converting the natives.
Weaving through the jungle of wailing ambulances on 1st Avenue was a bright-eyed young dad, light-blue bassinet in tow.
They built a palace for him on the top of the highest tree in the jungle.
Nothing faulty or sloppy was going into that jungle with him if he could prevent it.
Runners were sent into the jungle to procure the all-important macasla herb, and that night the mixture was prepared.
The tiger's roar is the first signal of its leap from the jungle.
The game slayer is not often seen, living as he does in the heart of the jungle and prowling mostly by night.
1776, from Hindi jangal "desert, forest, wasteland, uncultivated ground," from Sanskrit jangala-s "arid, sparsely grown with trees," of unknown origin. Specific sense of "land overgrown by vegetation in a wild, tangled mass" is first recorded 1849; meaning "place notoriously lawless and violent" is first recorded 1906, from Upton Sinclair's novel (cf. asphalt jungle, 1949, William R. Burnett's novel title, made into a film 1950 by John Huston; blackboard jungle, 1954, Evan Hunter's novel title, movie in 1955). Jungle gym was a trademark name, 1923, by Junglegym Inc., Chicago, U.S. Jungle bunny, derogatory for "black person," attested from 1966.