v. t.1.To pack, or prepare for packing, by means of a press.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The honour was handed to him, amid an explosion of presspack flashbulbs, by Trevor Burton, guitarist for chart-toppers The Move during a glitzy civic ceremony.
Based on the life of real former Playboy model Anna Nicole Smith, the plot is about the girl who has the operation, achieves success as a centrefold model, marries a millionaire, and, after his death, declines into poverty at the hands of the presspack who made her reputation in the first place.
And Dannii was asked barely one question by the baying presspack who were instead falling over themselves to fire a barrage of questions to new-girl Cheryl.
Despite an impressive press centre with batteries of fast-connection Internet terminals, direct line phones and an endless number of fax machines, only three western representatives were present among the presspack: CNN, the Belgian De Standard and The Middle East.