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Package Deal

In futures and options, a large number of transactions that must be conducted at the same time.
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She threw the package into the stove, but I bit off a corner of one of the chips I held in my hand, and chewed it tentatively.
On the transfer of the archives to Halifax, this package, proving to be of no public concern, was left behind, and had remained ever since unopened.
He could not, nor, could he, would he have been able to account for its disappearance, for he had been entirely unconscious of the falling of the little package from his pocket into the sea as he clambered over the ship's side into the waiting canoe that bore him to shore.
Each separate portion we immediately rolled up in the bit of silk prepared for it, and joining them all together into a small package, I committed them, with solemn injunctions of fidelity, to the custody of Toby.
said the woman, handing him the half of a cake from a greasy package.
He then fastened his end of the rope to the package of supplies which had been carried up, and we were able to drag it across.
I turned and darted for the coat which I knew to contain the package, ripped it up with my sword, and raced away up the garden path to where my motor bike was waiting on the road above.
He described his methods of work, his registering of the package, his suspense, his growing resignation.
He seemed to be working hard, with the perspiration standing on his forehead, and had a piece of chalk by him, with which, as he put each separate package or bundle down, he made a crooked mark on the panelling of the wall.
Her habit therefore was thrown off with all possible haste, and she was preparing to unpin the linen package, which the chaise-seat had conveyed for her immediate accommodation, when her eye suddenly fell on a large high chest, standing back in a deep recess on one side of the fireplace.
At last I found it--a tiny package wrapped in paper, at the end of a strong and slender cord.
A few moments later he returned, bearing a package which he cast at her feet.