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    tract pack

    What does the phrase "tract pack" refers?

    eg. We should carry a "tract pack" all times.

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    Re: tract pack

    Quote Originally Posted by skeips View Post
    What does the phrase "tract pack" refers?

    eg. We should carry a "tract pack" all times.
    It doesn't mean anything to me. Where did you find it?

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    Re: tract pack

    I notice that you are located in Nepal. Do you mean "treck/trek pack"?

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    Re: tract pack

    A "tract" is a short piece of literature. If you are in the habit of handing out tracts as you go through life, then it would make sense to have a pack of them at all times. More context is needed to determine what is meant.

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