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  • n. Plural form of packie.


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  • "packies" - carrying a hand-lettered sign that made reference to Hayek and his 1944 classic defense of classical liberalism.

    Reason Magazine

  • They had all their little packies, or calabashes, on their heads, full of provisions; while an old cook, with a bundle of fagots on her head, and

    Tom Cringle's Log

  • Other repeal opponents, like Rep. Alice Peisch, D-Wellseley, say it's wrong for packies alone to be exempt.

    Weekly Dig - Humor, News + Nightlife

  • It's too early in the series to tip anything else, but local packies are on notice.


  • Then, when I got to London in my junior year, I continued to refer to the neighborhood liquor stores as "packies."



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