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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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BRIT SPECIAL Walliams in new role as a US mom Pictures: MATRIX; OH BABY Matt Lucas as not so little Ellie Grace; PACKED OFF Ellie on bus as she is sent away to join the American girl scouts; ODD COUPLE Comedy pair holding hands
It's a manic time for the farm and the school-going children are packed off to learn what they can with only a little bit of French.
This German-language drama follows the life of a Jewish masterforger called Salomon who's packed off to Sachsenhausen camp where he's told to create fake British and US cash or be killed.
Six mums, who are still kids themselves, are packed off to a house in Lincolnshire where they have two weeks to learn how to be parents.
Another batch of famous faces are packed off to the Australian jungle, although the unlucky contestants have not been identified at the time of going to press.
He is later packed off to boarding school by his father, who tells him "None of that
Poor Lewis is packed off to boarding school and shunned by his former friends.
SORCERY RY R Bridges and Barnes Y Bridges and Barnes Ben Barnes is the seventh son of a seventh son, packed off to learn sorcery with Bridges's demon-slayer.
In 1959, Williams had to put his education on hold when he was drafted and packed off to the segregated South.
It's 1991 and while young Martin and his best friend Padraic are packed off to stay with an uncle while his parents enjoy a second honeymoon, O'Dowd's character of Martin's imaginary friend is left at home to amuse himself.
GEORGE Osborne's cat Freya has been packed off to the countryside after reportedly bullying the family's fluffy pet dog.
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.