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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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"Unpack all wrinkle-prone stuff, toiletries and shoes," says Heidi Siefkas, a professional speaker and author.
Summary: 'I Know What You Binged Last Summer' unpacks the spectacle that was episode five
SAYS: Retailers delivering large items should offer to unpack them and take away boxes and other wrappings - unless the customer decides otherwise.
The container routing with repacking problem aims to determine where to repack TEUs into FEUs and where to unpack the FEUs, and how to transport both TEUs and FEUs in order to minimize the total handling and packing cost, while allowing containers to be transshipped at any port in a liner shipping network.
Usually you are already stressed from packing and moving out from your previous place, then you need to unpack, arrange everything, and also do a big clean up.
Although it's not a tiny car, watching him unpack his gear for a shoot was a lot like watching Mary Poppins unpack her magic carpetbag.
The notorious black widow spider - along with a sack of its eggs - was found in a hosepipe by a removal firm's worker, who was helping Mike and Trish Newman to unpack at their new Powys home.
1 : to separate and remove things that are packed <Will you unpack the groceries?>
For example, the page devoted to the letter U reads "Adbadaba alphabet, / upsydaisydoo, / see a letter sound a letter, /UUU / uncles rest in ugly chairs, / umbrella birds unpack upstairs" and features a whimsical drawing of uncles resting and umbrella birds unpacking.
While I may grumble about the red eye flights back from Las Vegas or the clothes that need ironing every time I unpack my bag, the reality is that meeting our readers and advertisers face-to-face has yet to be topped by an e-mail note.
This is a powerful question for the preacher to unpack in a sermon.