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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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Researchers also took samples of thigh fat tissue from 16 people after they held an ice pack on the skin for 30 minutes.
The inventor of the Cole Specialty Ice Pack has developed a working prototype that has been utilized with success.
The Westport iCE PACK system is the leading LNG tank system for natural gas trucking fleets that uses clean burning, domestic LNG which costs an average of $1.
In 2007 the ice pack fell to its lowest level on record-40% of the ocean became open water.
If you see someone get stung on a British beach hold an ice pack or cold compress against the skin for 10 minutes to relieve pain and swelling, and if possible raise the affected part of the body.
Limitations: The cooling area of the ice massage and ice pack was smaller than that of the cold water immersion.
The Arctic ice pack keeps melting under the effects of global warming and in August saw its second largest summer shrinkage since satellite observations began 30 years ago, US scientists said last week.
I'd recommend that every serious runner have an ice pack in their freezer at home.
Worcester's seven hills and Asnebumskit would be 1,000 feet or more below the surface of the ice pack.
Unusually warm sea currents have caused the Polar Ice Pack to crack and flood
Northern vents An undersea survey along a midocean ridge beneath the Arctic ice pack unveiled an unexpected abundance of hydrothermal activity (163: 37).
Instead,he spent yesterday morning with his right shoulder bearing an ice pack.