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full pack

Any pack that enwraps the entire body.
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To allow the use of full packs for flushing will largely neutralise the Hunting Act, which is precisely their intention.
To allow the use of full packs for "flushing" will largely neutralise the Hunting Act, which is precisely their intention.
Tesco admitted that based on full pack prices, the weekly cost to customers would be higher, though it wouldn't comment on the 42.
A top removal company not only arranges the move but also offers homebuyers a full pack service to wrap and pack their belongings for them.
Each game that honor seems to pass to another role player, who suddenly finds a full pack of reporters crowded around his normally roomy locker- room space until the next game.
Up stepped dead-eye full pack James Pritchard, who had not missed in his last 21 attempts, but he inexplicably pulled his attempt wide.
Trench-digging exercises with a full pack became an exercise in frustration because their shovels had holes in them.
Shipping requirements include break pack, full pack, store door, distribution center (DC), and cross-dock.
An estimated three thousand people witnessed the colorful event that included a train of mules under full pack passing in review.
but poachers kill at least five times as much elk as a full pack of wolves.
8 percent of buildings hit the 10-plus picocurie mark--equal to smoking a full pack a day.
New Models and Full Pack of Cigarettes at Floating Dock H-I, Bahia Mar October 29-November 2