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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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He had almost forgotten the days when he won Mother Wolf in fair fight from five other wolves, when she ran in the Pack and was not called The Demon for compliment's sake.
We will see what the Pack will say to this fostering of man-cubs.
From all of his Pack he may claim Full-gorge when the killer has eaten; and none may refuse him the same.
The seven he needed was lying uppermost, the first card in the pack.
Presently from a great distance and faintly there came an answering scream, and a half-hour later the lithe form of Sheeta bounded into view where the others of the pack were clambering gingerly into the canoe.
Like a deer he bounded along the narrow trail until, filled with the excitement of his news, he burst into a native village several miles above the point at which Tarzan and his pack had stopped to hunt.
So, of his imagination, he devised a new pack that would be eternal and with which he might for ever run.
All night, with burning brands, he fought off the hungry pack.
The rest of the pack was now up and surging upon him, and a throwing of firebrands right and left was necessary to drive them back to a respectful distance.
He unwrapped his pack and the first thing he did was to count his matches.
We went broke paying the Indians to pack that much of it to the top of Chilcoot.
they're made o' purpose for folks as want to send out a little carguy; light, an' take up no room,--you may pack twenty pound so as you can't see the passill; an' they're manifacturs as please fools, so I reckon they aren't like to want a market.