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(1) Let's pack up and get ready to start at once.
(2) He was told by the boss to pack up.
(3) The firm will probably pack up and move northwest.
(4) Business is terrible I might as well pack up.
(5) It's time to pack up. Let's have lunch.
(6) If you don't work well, you'd better pack up.
(7) He was told to pack up all of his letters and personal belongings.
(8) He might soon pack up his assignment and return to the United States.
(9) Pack up your toys,children.
(10) I think we might as well pack up and go home.
(11) He'd left me to pack up the mail and post it off.
(12) What made you pack up a good job like that?
(13) I'm about to pack up my things and go home.
(14) OK, guys - it's time to pack up now.
(15) Some had begun to pack up their papers. Sentencedict.com
(16) The fishwives pack up at lunchtime.
(17) It's time to pack up.
(18) When should a conflict cause an individual to pack up and leave a job or organisation?
(19) And in the morning she would pack up and quietly leave, would never see this disturbing family again.
(20) We can either pack up our bags or play hard.
(21) But perhaps they should all just pack up their corporate tents and go home.
(22) People are reportedly being told to pack up and move to California or face having no job to go to.
(23) The very houses seemed disposed to pack up and take trips.
(24) When the iron ore was worked out the township including the school would pack up and move on.
(25) I debated with myself but in the end, I could not bring myself to pack up and leave.
(26) When Max was fired from his job the whole family had to pack up and leave town.
(27) When the wind rose, cold with moisture, they began to pack up their things.
(28) Wouldn't want to be responsible, really, I mean titanium alloy B-joints could pack up on you just like that.
(29) I want you down at the track as soon as possible. Pack up my gear as well as your own.
(30) Daniel Boone heard it: the siren song of the open road, beckoning him to pack up and go.