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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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Packer said simply, "He wants me out, insisting he did not owe Shapiro any money and was not suing him.
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