Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of repack.

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Examples

  • This is called "repacking," which means reducing the distances between DTV transmitters on the same channel and on adjacent channels.

    TV Technology

  • Azrael looked up from repacking their belongings into the bike saddlebags Jamaerah had left them and stared at the door.

    Surrender the Dark

  • It is the nightly custom of every good mother after her children are asleep to rummage in their minds and put things straight for the morning, repacking into their proper places the many articles that have wandered during the day.

    Changing Times « Tales from the Reading Room

  • A casual observer might have assumed two golfers were repacking their gear after a round and a few drinks.

    Fallout

  • Such "repacking"—if it isn't done the right way—could crowd too many broadcasters into too small a space, knocking some off the air, shrinking coverage areas for others and limiting the number of channels some broadcasters could offer, resulting in less diversity in programming.

    Should Some of Broadcasters' Spectrum Be Auctioned Off to Wireless Carriers?

  • We had originally planned to go for the whole weekend, but Shawn is off for a business trip to D.C. and didn't want the hassle of packing/unpacking/repacking.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • Together with my contributor's copy of Wiscon Chronicles 4 and whatever ARCs I find at The Gathering today, I'm going to start having some trouble repacking.

    In Which I Arrive and Various Things Happen

  • Barbara had all of it in storage and had just recently gotten around to opening it, doing an inventory and repacking everything.

    Megan Smolenyak: Orphan Heirloom Rescue: 1870 Diary of an Irish Immigrant

  • Over the past few years, American also was criticized by FAA inspectors for allegedly improper repairs to bulkheads on 16 MD-80 aircraft, lapses in repacking emergency slides on parts of the same fleet, questionable thrust-reverser repairs on some Boeing 777 jets and other maintenance missteps.

    AMR Gets New Cockpit Crew

  • Once, when a grocery-store bag boy put the eggs at the bottom, she began brusquely repacking it.

    Strangers at the Feast

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