Material used to protect fragile goods, esp. in transit
Material used to seal a joint or assist in lubricating an axle
packing material: any material used especially to protect something
the enclosure of something in a package or box
carrying something in a pack on the back; "the backpacking of oxygen is essential for astronauts"
(packed) jammed: filled to capacity; "a suitcase jammed with dirty clothes"; "stands jam-packed with fans"; "a packed theater"
(packed) pressed together or compressed; "packed snow"
Packing is the process and/or the materials used in filling both service penetrations and building joints with backer materials as approved components within a firestop.
Packing refers to the wearing of padding or a phallic object in the front of a person's pants or underwear, to give the appearance of having male genitals. Packing is commonly practiced by transmen (i.e. female-to-male transgender or transsexual people). ...
(Packed!) Packed! is the fifth album by rock group The Pretenders, released in 1990. For this album, the only real member of the group is Chrissie Hynde -- no other person is pictured anywhere within the album package, and a rotating cast of session musicians (rather than a set band) is used to ...
(Packed) Data structure alignment is the way data is arranged and accessed in computer memory. It consists of two separate but related issues: data alignment and data structure padding. When a modern computer reads from or writes to a memory address, it will do this in word sized chunks (e.g. ...
The action of the verb. The action of putting things together, especially of putting clothes into a suitcase for a journey. (sciences, mathematics) The spatial arrangement of objects, items or constituent parts. The gathering of birds, animals etc. into a pack. ...
(packed) Put into a package; Filled with a large number or large quantity of something; Filled to capacity with people
(Packings) System of compressed multilayered rings to obtain a very high tightness around the spindle of the valve. Mostly used for very toxic gases
(PACKED) Wool that becomes compacted or felted.
(Packed) pressed or mashed together tightly, filling the measuring utensil with as much of the ingredient as possible.
Fibrous material that is used on faucets to prevent leaks.
A sealing system that normally consists of a deformable material such as TFE, graphite, asbestos, etc. It is usually in the form of solid or split rings contained in a PACKING BOX that are compressed so as to provide an effective pressure seal.
Seller shall, at no additional cost to Buyer, package all shipments of goods hereunder in accordance with the requirements specified in this order or, if no such requirements are specified, in accordance with standard commercial practices. ...
A flexible device used to retain fluid under pressure, or seal out foreign matter. Normally refers to a dynamic seal.
In printing presses, paper used to underlay the image or impression cylinder in letterpress, or the plate or blanket in lithography, to get proper squeeze or pressure for printing.
Drawing districts in a way that puts as many people with the same characteristics into as few districts as possible. ...
Consolidating a minority group's population into one district to give it more representation than is needed to create a majority in that district while reducing its presence, and electoral influence, in surrounding districts.
The filling of the mold cavity or cavities as full as possible without causing undue stress on the molds or causing flash to appear on the finished parts. Over- or under-packing results in less than optimum fill.
The paper reams used to be wrapped in thick brown paper in a packing room.
The process of placing retraction cord into the sulcus between the gingival and the prepared tooth finish line margins.
All items are packed according to Australia Post standards. Wine boxes weigh approximately 16kgs so please take care when lifting your wine.