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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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The group had previously been caught storing ice packs in Thailand.
The group had been caught storing ice packs in Thailand, and in 2017, a New York member appeared to seek out a foreign ice pack manufacturer.
PATH's breakthrough solution mitigates the risk of vaccines being damaged by freezing or heat in carriers and eliminates the step of conditioning ice packs, reducing health worker burden.
"Even with all the high-tech gizmos and gadgets, an ice pack remains the most effective methods to relieve back and neck pain at home.
For the analysis of the effect of wrapping bags in ice packs on the rate of warming, we investigated significant differences in the mean temperatures between fluid bags wrapped in ice packs and non-wrapped fluid bags with the Student's independent samples t-test at different time points.
He took some more Motrin and we used ice packs to cool him down.
Ice packs or a bag of frozen peas, wrapped in a towel, should be applied for up to 15 minutes two or three times per day.
Utilize ice packs. If you feel a migraine coming on or already have one, lie down in a dark room and put an ice pack on your head.
They can be either supplied as a solution which can be used to fill client's containers or using PCM's standard range of ice packs & pouches.
As nursing students who had their related learning experience in that area last August 16-20, 2010, the researchers were instructed by the nurse-on-duty to place ice packs on the injection site (gluteal muscle) before and after every magnesium sulfate administration.
From 48 hours after the injury, you can use gentle heat pads if you prefer, but continuing with ice packs has a better effect on pain and healing.