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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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They found that men who lit up once a day had 46 percent of the excess risk of heart disease associated with smoking a full pack a day, much higher than expected.
Even if the intention really was to shoot the quarry as soon as it was flushed from cover, having a full pack milling around the area would surely make that much harder and more dangerous.
The law in Scotland still allows an unlimited number of dogs to be used when shooting foxes so researchers were able to compare the use of two dogs to the use of a full pack.
SIR - The proposal to amend the Hunting Act to allow wild animals to be flushed from cover using a full pack of (around 40) hounds rather than the present limit of two is just a cynical attempt to further muddy and undermine the law and make it even harder for monitors and prosecutors to bring transgressing hunters to justice.
While Glenn does not know the exact reasons for their popularity, she said it appears consumers are turning to small cigars as they try to quit smoking or when they do not have enough money to buy a full pack of cigarettes and "just need something to get them over the craving hump.
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The teams at Acas and Collingwood will present the event on a joint basis with Acas delegates receiving a full pack of mock legal documentation prepared by the Collingwood team.
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Use as a full pack or break it down into a fanny pack or a small day pack.
Mexican apparel exporters are aiming to benefit from the country's close proxim ity to the USA by offering US customers short run, fast fashion items and full pack age manufacturing, according to Global Apparel Markets, which is published quar terly by Textiles Intelligence.
Llangoed arrived with only 13 players and elected to play with a full pack, but despite their disadvantage took an early lead converting a penalty.
with a full pack while Pohang scored while playing with ten players.