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TO PACK. To deceive by false appearance; to counterfeit; to delude; as packing a jury. (q.v.) Bac. Ab. Juries, M; 12 Conn. R. 262.

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Powered by earth-friendly Surround Cooling(TM) technology, Fridge-to-go totes maintain a refrigerator-cold environment for up to 16 hours, without electricity or ice packs, and come in a variety of forms to meet consumer lifestyle needs.
But with the new research, the use of ice packs could become even more prevalent.
To continue with our thought experiment, let's suppose that we flew our helicopter south over the vast ice pack.
CAMARILLO - Tia Bollinger walked out of the Mater Dei High dugout wearing an ice pack on her shoulder, another on her wrist and two more on her thigh and ankle.
Ideally suited for acute injuries and surgeries that do not require a hospital stay, the Cool-It system is safer and more convenient than traditional ice packs that can cause frostbite.
PALMDALE - Palmdale businesses will ship $2,600 worth of telephone calling cards, beef jerky, ice packs and two-way radios to local National Guard troops serving in Iraq.
Although ice packs keep things cool, freezing food and drinks can also do the trick.
Chemical ice packs can be great to carry in your gym bag or car for use when you don't have access to ice, but good old frozen H2O is your best bet (and a whole lot cheaper).
Countless people use frozen peas or ice packs to calm black eyes and headaches.
I find a place to eat with as much shade as possible, and thanks to those ice packs, I may even manage a quick rest as my daughter plays.
Tecnol is the market share leader in sales of face masks, ice packs and patient safety restraints to U.
Some people like personal fans, ice packs, or spray bottles.