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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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It comes after the number of British troops packed off to train the army there doubled to 350.
The stars packed off to a deserted island with only basic resources include comedian Dom Joly, Made in Chelsea's Ollie Locke, pop star Aston Merrigold, former Labour councillor Karen Danczuk, Dr Dawn Harper from Embarrassing Bodies and TOWIE's Lydia Bright.
Balotelli scored just four goals in 28 appearances for the Reds in 2014/15 before being packed off to Milan on loan last season.
WALFORD'S resident murderous little psychopath Bobby Beale was packed off to boarding school last night.
Poor Lewis is packed off to boarding school and shunned by his former friends.
In 1959, Williams had to put his education on hold when he was drafted and packed off to the segregated South.
It's 1991 and while young Martin and his best friend Padraic are packed off to stay with an uncle while his parents enjoy a second honeymoon, O'Dowd's character of Martin's imaginary friend is left at home to amuse himself.
He has left behind his old job at New York City's famed Museum Of Natural History to front his own company, but has to step in when some of the old exhibits are packed off to a new home.
The first batch of five are packed off to London's Caxton Grill.
Prannoy, the 2010 Youth Olympics silver medallist, packed off giant killer Zulfadli Zulkiffli of Malaysia 21- 19, 21- 14.
As 430,000 young readers will already know, Ben despairs of being packed off to his dull, cabbageobsessed grandmother's house every Friday night while Mike and his wife (Miranda Hart channelling Alison Steadman in Abigail's Party) indulge their passion for ballroom dancing.
You'll be packed off to a nursing home like the rest of us or you'll be paying for a companion.