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pack·er

(pak'ĕr),
1. An instrument for tamponing.
2. Synonym(s): plugger

packer

/pack·er/ (pak´er) an instrument for introducing a dressing into a cavity or a wound.

packer

an instrument for tamponing or introducing a pack of gauze into a wound. See also plugger.

pack·er

(pak'ĕr)
1. An instrument for tamponing.
2. Synonym(s): plugger.

pack·er

(pak'ĕr)
1. Instrument for tamponing.
2. Synonym(s): plugger.

packer

1. an instrument for introducing a dressing into a cavity or a wound.
2. proprietor of a meat packing plant.
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Photographing the Packers was a dream project for me," Kramer says.
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Both the Packers and Bears lost in their season openers but while Green Bay has settled for a split in the last two, Chicago has bounced back with back-to-back wins.
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Some livestock producers have complained in the past that allowing packers to own the animals they slaughter reduces competition for livestock raised by independent cattle producers.
The Packers and Bears hold one of the longest and most spirited rivalries in the NFL, with the two Midwestern cities meeting for the first time in 1921.
In the dairy industry it is now common practice to utilise two trolley packers per filling line in order to maintain poly bottle filling line capacities.
Although packers with large plants must report all of their livestock transactions to USDA, GAO found that USDA market news reporters regularly excluded some transactions as they prepared USDA's reports.
AUSTRALIAN tycoon Kerry Packer, who died on Monday night, aged 68, has been hailed by business rival Rupert Murdoch for his "media brilliance".
Not only had the Packers lost 30-25 at home to the Minnesota Vikings, they had lost starting receivers Donald Driver and Robert Ferguson to injuries on the same fourth-quarter drive.
In anticipation of what the final law will contain, retailers are putting the burden of compliance on packers and processors, and they, in turn, are putting the burden of compliance on producers.
There is no question in my mind that the Packers are hawking their remaining lease, but without an extension and a substantial upgrade they can't sell it.