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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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WALFORD'S resident murderous little psychopath Bobby Beale was packed off to boarding school last night.
He has left behind his old job at New York City's famed Museum Of Natural History to front his own company, but has to step in when some of the old exhibits are packed off to a new home.
The first batch of five are packed off to London's Caxton Grill.
Prannoy, the 2010 Youth Olympics silver medallist, packed off giant killer Zulfadli Zulkiffli of Malaysia 21- 19, 21- 14.
You'll be packed off to a nursing home like the rest of us or you'll be paying for a companion.
The marchers, of course, failed to wring anything meaningful out of the government of the day and were swiftly packed off back to Tyneside.
It is obvious that young innocents should not be packed off to learn about a religion on board a ship.
The tired couple rarely gets a moment to itself over breakfastAubefore nannies arrive and the kids are packed off for the day.
Zelah is packed off for treatment to Forest Hill where she meets other teens with 'little problems' too.
Systems can be set up for shrink label projects, and when twin packs are needed, product can be recirculated, twin packed through the machine and shrink tunnel and packed off.
Oh well, Norwich seem to have their man now, though if Sunderland do a Colchester on them don't be surprised to see Paul Lambert packed off and McNally claim that it was nothing to do with that result but more because he hadn't liked what he'd seen of Lambert from the start.
But now the 71-year-old Hopkins, who blamed being packed off to boarding school at an early age as depriving him of any "idea of family loyalty," has become determined to make up for all the lost years.