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PKGPackage
PKGPacking
PKGProtein Kinase G
PKGPrivate-Key Generator (internet encryption)
PKGPublic Key Generation (computers)
PKGPenalty Kick Goals Scored (soccer)
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But the object that most drew my attention to the mysterious package was a certain affair of fine red cloth, much worn and faded, There were traces about it of gold embroidery, which, however, was greatly frayed and defaced, so that none, or very little, of the glitter was left.
Where I left Ghak and Perry there were no other creatures in sight, and so I withdrew one sword from the package, and leaving the balance of the weapons with Perry, started on alone toward the lower levels.
Werper approached him boldly, spoke a few words in his ear, handed him a package of tobacco, and passed into the hut.
Besides, as he told his super-cargo, he simply had to come ashore, not merely to deliver the large package of seeds with full instructions for planting from Joan, but to shock Sheldon with the little surprise born of information he was bringing with him.
A suit-case was brought up by one of the clerks from the waiting motor-car, and Daylight snapped it shut on the last package of bills.
He began to collect them and sort them out, in packages of a hundred, tying each package securely with twine.
He was followed by many packages of dried bananas, each package wrapped in dry leaves.
Here, worthy sir," answered the first of the bearers, laying a great package down in the corner.
Jim drew a package from his overcoat pocket and threw it upon the table.
As the cry of the Bete du Bon Dieu came for the third time, he put down the package and went to the second window, counting from the dark closet.
A great package came in response to our order, and very soon we were both absorbed, not so much in the trials as in following the brilliant career of a Mr.
Here Billy picked fruit, then drove team; and here Saxon received a letter and a tiny express package from Bud Strothers.