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  • n. Plural form of eight-pack.


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  • “All those eight-packs had to be packaged by hand.”

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  • The SMRT cells are lined into strips of eight dubbed “eight-packs”; twelve of these strips can be loaded at a time in a ninety-six-well format.

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  • I thought wandering around a giant warehouse surrounded by super-sized boxes of chicken broth and eight-packs of disinfecting wipes would prove to be distracting enough.

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  • For decades it's been a source of frustration for every griller: hot dogs sold in eight-packs and buns sold in 12-packs.

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  • Hot dogs come in eight-packs, buns come in 12-packs.

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  • Sometimes all these eight-packs and things you see in the movies, yeah that's all well and good, but I've seen Gerard Butler, he's got a paunch. | Top Stories

  • The Atlanta-based company said it would recommend that retailers sell the eight-packs of 7.5-ounce cans for $2.99.

  • When we ask them to take off their shirts, within seconds, we're faced with six-and even eight-packs.

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  • Geoff Davies, of Sunderland: "The Co-op are offering buy-one-get - one-free on 500g packs of Utterly Butterly and eight-packs of Muller Corner snack-size yogurts."

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  • Then, there are the Bic pen eight-packs for just a penny - yep, a measly 1 cent - this NBC-St. Louis Education


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