See also:Dictionary, in the wool
See also:trade, and may have been introduced from the
See also:Netherlands . As a measure of
See also:weight or quantity the
See also:term has been in use, chiefly locally, for various commodities, e.g. of wool, 240 lb, of gold-
See also:leaf 20 books of 25 leaves each . In a transferred sense, a "
See also:pack " is a collection or gathering of persons, animals or things; and the verb means generally to gather together in a compact
See also:body . " Pack-ice " is the floating ice which covers wide areas in the polar seas, broken into large pieces which are driven (packed) together by
See also:wind and current so as to
See also:form practically a continuous
See also:sheet . " Packet," a small parcel, a diminutive of " pack," was first confined in meaning to a parcel of despatches carried by a
See also:post, especially the state despatches or "
See also:mail "; and " packet " properly " packet-
See also:boat," was the name given to the vessels which carried these state despatches .
OTTO VON PACK (c. 1480-1537)
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