pack together


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Verb1.pack together - make more compact by or as if by pressing; "compress the data"
wedge, squeeze, force - squeeze like a wedge into a tight space; "I squeezed myself into the corner"
tamp, tamp down, pack - press down tightly; "tamp the coffee grinds in the container to make espresso"
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THE Queen was denied a winner in France yesterday when Stephane Pasquier conjured a late charge from Siyoushake to collar Pack Together in the Listed Prix Ceres at Fontainebleau.
Maple leaves pack together like the wet pages of a catalog, allowing no air to circulate through their mass.
in July when she fended o the similarly impressive Pack Together by half-alength in the Listed Star Stakes over seven furlongs.
Pack TogeTher can strike Listed gold for The Queen in Sandown''s Irish champions Weekend EBF Stallions Star Stakes.
PACK Together can raise royal spirits by presenting her owner The Queen with Listed glory in Sandown's Irish Champions Weekend EBF Stallions Star Stakes.
PACK Together can strike Listed gold for The Queen in Sandown's Irish Champions Weekend EBF Stallions Star Stakes.
The way Pack Together stayed on that day suggested a step up to this seven-furlong should play to her strengths, though, and this looks an ideal opportunity to enhance her paddock value.
Pack together - If your child is going to sleepaway camp, take the time to pack together.
If you're travelling as a family you could pay for one set of luggage and pack together to avoid paying 3 times over for example.
First they determined that cement paste is a granular material, where the particles or basic nanoscale units pack together most densely when arranged orderly.
The pair set up the pack together and have helped hundreds of little girls gain confidence as brownies.
Thomas Schierl explained that "MVC is used to pack together the two images needed for the stereoscopic 3-D effect to measurably reduce the film's bit rate," and this technique can be used to reduce the size of 3-D films as much as 40 percent.