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PACKPackaging
PACKPlanned Acts of Christian Kindness (Acts 1:8 Ministry; Green Bay, WI)
PACKPatriot Act Compliance Kit (Jewelers Vigilance Committee)
PACKPremier Aquatics Club of Klein (North Houston, TX)
PACKParents And Cataract Kids
PaCKParents and Community for Kids, Inc. (Estes Park, CO, USA)
PACKPlanet Action Club for Kids (environmental club; Clean Nova Scotia; Canada)
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Now take yourself off and pack your traps; and if I hear another word out of you about what you'll be excused from and what you won't, I lay I'LL excuse you--with a hickory
Gladstone, I wonder, instruct his valet "to pack his Gladstone"?
I have heard now and again of such a thing, but never in our Pack or in my time," said Father Wolf.
When Pack meets with Pack in the Jungle, and neither will go from the trail, Lie down till the leaders have spoken--it may be fair words shall prevail.
And, in the morning, I pack it before I have used it, and have to unpack again to get it, and it is always the last thing I turn out of the bag; and then I repack and forget it, and have to rush upstairs for it at the last moment and carry it to the railway station, wrapped up in my pocket- handkerchief.
Well, you'd better not play," Dolokhov added, and springing a new pack of cards said: "Bank, gentlemen
Shortly after dawn they awoke and ate again, and then returned to the beach that Tarzan might lead the balance of the pack to the kill.
They raised the hunting-cry of the pack, surged against their collars, and swerved aside in pursuit.
In truth, it was the LOST PACK, the pack of the primeval world before the dog ever came in to the fires of men, and, for that matter, before men built fires and before men were men.
Then he would seize brands from the fire and hurl them into the pack.
The peddler with his pack traversed the country by all manner of lonely roads, and was compelled to rely upon the country people for hospitality.
He hitched his pack farther over on his left shoulder, so as to take a portion of its weight from off the injured ankle.