packer


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pack·er

(pak'ĕr),
1. An instrument for tamponing.
2. Synonym(s): 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.
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Packer's marriage had broken up and he and Jenna, 21, moved into a flat on the Esplanade in Porthcawl.
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To fund the purchase and to refund the School's existing debt, Packer issued $22 million in tax-exempt fixed rate bonds, with J.P.
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Mr Packer's wife Ann said she asked if the ceremony could take place in the hospice, as her husband was too ill to travel.