public pack

public pack

[′pəb·lik ′pak]
(computer science)
A disk pack that can be used by any program and any application in a computer system.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"I just hope that the Neath public pack into The Gnoll and give Brett the support he needs.
Members of the public packed into open meetings and took every opportunity to tackle health board bosses on their plans for the ward.
MORE than 200 members of the public packed a meeting hall in Rhiwbina last night in an effort to save the village's library.
Members of the public packed into the public gallery and cried "shame" as the cabinet approved the cutbacks.
Yet the public packed the City Council chamber when the City Council Youth, Parks and Recreation Committee held a public hearing on a proposed dog park at Green Hill Park.
Members of the public packed along Edinburgh's Royal Mile, the city's famed cobbled boulevard, cheered loudly for William and Middleton, now known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as they arrived to join the congregation, traveling in a sleek black sedan with Prince Harry.
Senior clerics, representatives of different faiths, politicians and the public packed St Peter's Cathedral, Belfast, where his coffin will lie in state before a Requiem Mass at St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh, on Tuesday.
About 150 members of the public packed the court and a video-link overflow to hear his evidence.
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