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191 examples of  packer  in sentences

191 examples of packer in sentences

Whitfield, Packer, Benson, Burton, Phillimore and Barrymore.

John Hayman Packer (1730-1806), known in Lamb's time for his old men.

The laden jumper was a sight for a mountain packer or a steerage passenger agent or a street car magnate to see and enjoy most mightily.

Starting off, then, on some trip of several hundred miles, with a companion who might be guide, helper, cook, packer, or what notsometimes efficient, and the best companion that could be desired, at others, perhaps, hopelessly lazy and worthless, and even with a stock of liquor cached somewhere in the packsMr.

"Thou dost know that the china-packer comes early to-morrow morn, and that e'en now the barrels and boxes and excelsior are bestrewing the dining room?"

"Yes." "Then you and I, who have been brought up under the shadow of those funeral urns, and have seen that tidy mother scrubbing the ears of that unwilling boy ever since we were born,you and I, or thou and I, perhaps I should say, will do a little private packing before the true packer arriveth.

"We'll mark all this stuff and take it down to the station this afternoon," said the head packer to Mrs. Carey.

" "You won't have any breakage so long as you deal with James Perkins & Co.!" said the packer.

[Afrik.]; sappers and miners, pavior^, navvy^; packer, stevedore; warming pan.

The Mexican is a better packer than the American.

The ranchero, on the Pacific side of the Sierra Nevadas, is also a good packer; and he can beat the Mexican lassoing cattle.

The experienced packer would have seen at a glance that a large portion of these mules were utterly unfit for the business.

"If he ain't, he's his twin brother," chuckled the packer, without moving a muscle.

Without rousing Langdon the young packer slipped on his boots and waded back a quarter of a mile through the heavy dew to round up the horses.

For two hours after the packer returned with the outfit they followed slowly along the creek above which the grizzly had travelled, and when they camped for the night they were still two or three miles from the spot where Thor came upon Muskwa.

The packer's teeth gleamed as he looked at Langdon.

What energy of the personal soul is exercised in a mill-hand, a tea-packer, a slop-tailor, or the watcher of a thread in a machine?

Mr. Brown's interesting duty is to be the packer of currency under James F. Meline, the Assistant Treasurer of the United States, who, says that his is a place where automatic safeguards and checks fail, and where the government must trust to the honesty of the official.

That is, the packer has handled $25,000,000 in a single day, and not one dollar has gone astray.

But now comes one that does not yield itself to the manipulations of the packer.

If you are really in desperate need of work, I can give you a position as packer at three dollars a week.

She led Faith up to one of the gates at the ribbon counter and showed her how to crawl up to the packer's desk above the shelves, where the stock was kept.

The packer's desk was so low that it cramped her limbs even in sitting, and Faith soon saw that she was older and larger than any other girl in that position on the floor.

Number 89 soon handed up a check and three yards of ribbon, and as their hands met over the goods she caught and squeezed the "packer's" little finger.

And you, packer, attend to business!

"It does sound so 'shoppy' to be always saying 'packer.'

But, tell me, how do you happen to be a packer?

It was plain that they had overheard her words, and were surprised at such sentiments from the lips of a greenhorn "packer.

As he caught sight of the new packer he stopped abruptly and stared at her.

"She's a new packer that was taken on this morning.

The clerks were screaming for cash girls every other minute, for besides the packer above each counter there were a number of others at different points throughout the store and all were as busy as bees through the rush hours.

Get back to your desk this instant, packer!

"Move faster there, packer!" called Miss Fairbanks crossly.

" He raised his head as he spoke and found himself face to face with the new packer in the ribbon department.

The note was from Faith Marvin, the new packer whom he had employed.

"There's a girl, a packer, down in the ribbon department.

"I was a packer for two days," said Faith very softly.

You know I could see you plainly when I was a packer and, well, I liked your looks and that's about all there is to it.

The new packer was a girl about two years her junior, and as Faith handed up her goods she could not help thinking of Miss Jennings.

There's Judge O'Brien, Peter the Packer, was calling out and trying to do away with trial by jury.

A few days subsequent to our visit to Colonel A.'s, the Reverend Mr. Packer, of the Established Church, called at our lodgings, and introduced a planter from the parish of St. Thomas.

In company with Rev. Mr. Packer, late Rector of St. Thomas, we rode out to the Belle estate, which is considered one of the finest in the island.

After the exercises were closed, we were introduced, by a colored gentleman who accompanied us to the examination, to Mr. Cummins, the Rev. Mr. Packer, and the Rev. Mr. Rowe, master of the public school in Bridgetown.

A few days subsequent to our visit to Colonel A.'s, the Reverend Mr. Packer, of the Established Church, called at our lodgings, and introduced a planter from the parish of St. Thomas.

In company with Rev. Mr. Packer, late Rector of St. Thomas, we rode out to the Belle estate, which is considered one of the finest in the island.

After the exercises were closed, we were introduced, by a colored gentleman who accompanied us to the examination, to Mr. Cummins, the Rev. Mr. Packer, and the Rev. Mr. Rowe, master of the public school in Bridgetown.

Packer, Rev. Mr. Parry, Archdeacon.

The packer advanced to where he had screened himself behind a clump of bush.

The moon had risen, and the light of it fell in the packer's face.

" The packer hesitated for a moment.

Aldous had found the packer's hand.

" Aldous could see the amazed packer staring at him in the gloom.

Aldous had employed a certain amount of caution, but until he had talked with Stevens he had not believed that Quade, in his twofold desire to avenge himself and possess Joanne, would go to the extraordinary ends predicted by the packer.

The weight of his loss was in the tired packer's eyes and face and the listless droop of his shoulders.

In one wholesale candy factory in Manhattan no male laborer and no female hand-dipper is paid as much as $8 a week, nor does any female packer receive as much as $5.50.

She recognized them all, of course, to the last Indian packer, for in so small a community the personality and doings of even the humblest members are well known to everyone.

His farm-bred Sadie, a Buffalo shirt-packer, classifies men by the sizes of their shirts, has no use for any swain with a chest measurement under forty, and eventually in a most original way finds her hero in Mister 44 (METHUEN), an enormous Canadian engineer and sportsman.

He whispered, "I asked for Myrtle Packer down round the station.

Sadie, take Mr. Packer's bag up to the spare room.

She had told him a thousand times that he mustn't gamble or mistreat women or chew tobacco "like your Grandfather Packer did."

And here was Grandfather Packer, ready to welcome Adam home!

Her memory of Packer was slim.

SEE Packard, Frank L. PACKER, E. L. Taras.

SEE Decker, Iris. PACKER, IRIS.

Illus. by A. S. Packer.

Larry Marsh, packer.

Larry Marsh, packer.

SEE Packer, Eleanor.

SEE Packer, Eleanor.

ยฉ 23Jun39; A130488. 5Jul66; R388729. PACKER, ELEANOR.

A day with Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen with Edgar Bergen's advice on the art of ventriloquism, by Eleanor Packer & Edgar Bergen.

A day with Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen with hints on how to be a ventriloquist, by Eleanor Packer, Edgar Bergen & staff, Whitman Co. ยฉ on pictures or text on p.2, 7, 13, 14, 16, 22, 28, & others; 1Feb38; AA266447.

SEE Packer, Eleanor.

SEE Bosschere, Jean de. DECKER, IRIS. Taras; w E. L. Packer, m Iris Decker, pseud. of Iris Packer.

SEE Bosschere, Jean de. DECKER, IRIS. Taras; w E. L. Packer, m Iris Decker, pseud. of Iris Packer.

Iris Packer (A); 27Sep56; R177449.

SEE Packard, Frank L. PACKER, E. L. Taras.

SEE Decker, Iris. PACKER, IRIS.

Illus. by A. S. Packer.

Larry Marsh, packer.

Larry Marsh, packer.

SEE Packer, Eleanor.

SEE Packer, Eleanor.

SEE Packer, Eleanor.

Walt Coburn (A); 10Mar69; R457127. Gun packer of the Circle C. (In Street & Smith's western story.

Five people in a carriage in Europe is nowise unusual, but five people in an Indian one (and that a narrow, very narrow gauge), accompanied by rolls of bedding, tiffin-baskets, and all the quantity of personal luggage which is absolutely necessary, not to speak of a large-sized bird-cage (which cannot, strictly speaking, be classed as a necessary), requires the ingenuity of a professional packer of herrings or figs to adjust nicely!

It is from Lorimer's Chicago pork packer: "You will meet fools enough during the day without trying to roundup the main herd of them at night."

The pack-horse was the first, and for a long time the only, method of carrying on trade in the backwoods; and the business of the packer was one of the leading frontier industries.

Old Ham was a sure-thing packer, like myself, and let speculating alone, never going into the market unless he had the goods or knew where he could get them; but when he did plunge into the pit, he usually climbed out with both hands full of money and a few odd thousand-dollar bills sticking in his hair.

What you want to do is to keep mother-in-law from mixing up in your family affairs until after she gets used to the disgrace of having a pork-packer for a son-in-law, and Helen gets used to pulling in harness with you.

The youthful wharfinger could not find the Articles in the Gospels, and informed the Rev. J.G. Packer of the fact.

His letter conveying this intelligence is not forthcoming, and probably enough contained offensive matter, for Mr. Packer seems at once to have denounced young Bradlaugh as one engaged in atheistical inquiries, to have suspended him from the Sunday-school, to have made it very disagreeable for him at home and with his employer, and to have wound up by giving him three days to change his views or to lose his place.

Mr. Packer has been well abused, but it has never been the fashion to treat youthful atheists with much respect.

Mr. Packer, however, does seem to have been too hasty, for Bradlaugh did not formally abandon his beliefs until some months after his suspension.

In 1850 Bradlaugh published his first pamphlet, A Few Words on the Christian Creed, and dedicated it to the unhappy Mr. Packer.

In government business even more than in private affairs the great danger always is what the wise old Chicago pork-packer described as "the weak mouths that let slip what they ought to retain."

"We can't afford to call the attention of any packer or hunter who might straggle this way to this particular spot and this particular tree; the more naturally," he added, "as they always prefer to camp over an old fire."

They were the usual type of travelers: a single professional man in dusty black, a few traders in tweeds and flannels, a sprinkling of miners in red and gray shirts, a Chinaman, a negro, and a Mexican packer or muleteer.

He merely retied the luggage with a packer's hitch that would take the greenhorn through his whole vocabulary before he untied it that night, and he would add two bits to the price of the gas because his time belonged to Bill, and Bill expected Casey's time to be paid for by the public.

With this and the unquestioning faith in his dream that was a part of him, Casey threw his favorite "packer's hitch" across the packed burros at dawn next morning, boarded his buckskin mule and set off hopefully across the barren valley, heading straight for the distant butte he called Two Peak.