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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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To allow the use of full packs for flushing will largely neutralise the Hunting Act, which is precisely their intention.
However, unlike Sainsbury's, Tesco has priced its menu by the portion and not by the prices of the full packs required.
It's J-school's version of boot camp, and many are the days when our recruits look like they've run 10 miles on a hot day with a full pack.
Trench-digging exercises with a full pack became an exercise in frustration because their shovels had holes in them.
Shipping requirements include break pack, full pack, store door, distribution center (DC), and cross-dock.
but poachers kill at least five times as much elk as a full pack of wolves.
The fanny packs are great for carrying the accessories mentioned above without the weight of a full pack.
8 percent of buildings hit the 10-plus picocurie mark--equal to smoking a full pack a day.
Young audiences in Huddersfield will have a chance to watch online and submit questions to the line-up while parents, teachers and librarians can download a full pack of resources and ideas to help the children.
And 40% admitted they would smoke a full pack more than they would in a normal week over the festive period.
TEAM NEWS >pFresh from their historic league success, Dubs boss Anthony Daly has almost a full pack to choose from with the exception of talented centre-back Joey Boland and Tomas Brady who are >pJames Rigney, David Franks, Paul Cleary and Joe Brady are all missing for Offaly but talented attacker Brian Carroll has been named in the starting line-up after being a major injury concern in the last couple of weeks.
For example there was a miniature playing card issued with each packet of certain brands of cigarettes and on completing the collection of a full pack of 52 cards you would send them away to W H Wills.