\pˈakt pˈɑːsə͡lz], \pˈakt pˈɑːsəlz], \p_ˈa_k_t p_ˈɑː_s_əl_z]\
Definitions of PACKED PARCELS
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The name for a consignment of goods, consisting of one large parcel made up of several small ones, (each bearing a different address,) collected from different persons by the immediate consignor, (a carrier,) who unites them into one for his own profit, at the expense of the railway by which they are sent, since the railway company would have been paid more for the carriage of the parcels singly than together. Wharton.
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