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fudge packer

Derogatory slang for a homosexual man.
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Days later, Packer gave $3million to buy defibrillators for every ambulance in New South Wales.
Mr Packer, Australia's richest man and listed by Forbes magazine this year as the 94th richest man in the world with a pounds 2.
Mr Packer transformed the game of cricket ( and outraged the sport's ruling bodies ( when he launched a splinter competition, World Series Cricket, in the 1970s.
Packer regularly arrives early to media events and even motions for reporters to come over and speak with him, he told E&P.
Founded in 1845, Packer enrolls more than 900 students from preschool through twelfth grade.
The protagonist of the title story--Dina--is a college freshman struggling to adjust to the elitist, white world of Yale University, which, not surprisingly, is where Chicago-born Packer went to college.
AFS became involved in the project when Packer Engineering (who had signed on with Wright Redux as a volunteer to design and produce the engine for the replica aircraft) was looking for a supplier of the engine's iron castings.
If the reality of Black Chicagoans' northern experience fell short of the "heaven" union organizers accused packer labor agents of advertising, it was still significantly less of a Hell than southern Black experience.
A permanent packer is a device that, using a non-removable slip arrangement, is locked into position in the casing and is able to withstand considerable mechanical loads.
There is `bad blood' between us," admitted Packer, who at first denied there was any problem.
TATNEFT is implementing proven new efficient technologies of wells construction, among which is application of annulus swelling packers.
To help celebrate the partners' first year anniversary with the anti-hunger effort, Sargento added the additional $1,000 incentive for Packer wins.
VANCE PUBLISHING: For people in the fresh fruit and vegetable industry, reading The Packer every week has been a ritual passed down from one generation to the next for well over 100 years.
March Madness officially begins this morning unless you were lucky enough to listen to CBS analyst Billy Packer whine Sunday about those poor, overlooked power conferences like the ACC and Big East.