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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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Not only do you have to pack to leave but you also have to unpack when you get home.
Now," I said, as she prised her dad off the bed where he was thoughtfully testing the mattress, "you will unpack the rest of the stuff, won't you?
Using removal experts House to Home UK, a team will pack customers' existing homes in boxes, carefully transport and unpack everything into the new home - with all costs being covered by Bett Homes.
The kettle far out ranked other items such as screw-drivers (12 per cent) and laptops (10 per cent) in terms of what people choose to unpack first.
As a number of you unpack your boxes or take on new responsibilities, remember this: you matter.
color) Bishop Alemany High School students Christina Nunez, Molly Casanova, Elizabeth Reyes and Janelle Nazario unpack boxes of canned goods to be placed in food baskets for local needy families.
The rapid elf unpack (not necessarily the tidiest way to unpack
As seen in this first career survey, though there are direct references to Duchamp's assisted readymade (as in Improved Rack #1, [Moose], 1999) and to Beuys's ritualized and romanticized sociopolitical ephemeral props (as in Unpack, 2003), Joo also posits his own brand of intriguing and often darkly humorous questions about race, consumption, religion, and metaphysics, proving his shamanship to be far more than tongue-in-cheek.
But 27 per cent said having to clean and pack and unpack all their possessions was the most stressful aspect of buying a new house, while 15 per cent said a broken property chain was their biggest nightmare.
But 27% said having to clean and pack and unpack all their possessions was the most stressful aspect of buying a new house, while 15% said a broken property chain was their biggest nightmare.
So, this summer, as parents help children pack their bags for camp, we know that we are not only sending that which you can easily see and unpack, but there are many invisible elements being sent to camp, as well.