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Bags - Other
... Oxford bags, a form of baggy trousers originating from the University of Oxford Cornhole, a game commonly referred to as bags Periorbital puffiness (swelling around the eyes) Dibs ...
... The company's range of products include adventure backpacks, urban and leisure bags, women’s bags, photography bags, luggage and travel accessories such as straps ...
Coin Rolling Scams - Coin Bags
... In the United Kingdom, coin wrappers are not used, instead small plastic bags are provided free of charge at banks which are filled by the customer with the appropriate amount of the same value coin as printed ... When depositing or changing, the bags are weighed at the bank to check they contain the right amount ...
Lord Bloody Wog Rolo - BUGAUP
... around 1980/81 after a run-in with Coles supermarkets which were trial marketing a shopping bag adorned with cigarette advertising at their Chatswood store ... When Rolo noticed his purchases had been put into bags promoting Peter Jackson cigarettes, he cancelled the sale and left the store - loudly voicing his disapproval and disgust ... items (no scanning in those days), then refused to take them away in the Peter Jackson bags ...
Sling Bag - Use
... Similar in function to backpacks, messenger bags ensure comfort to people carrying heavy and/or bulky items, while allowing easy access to the contents ... Messenger bags typically incorporate features that make them particularly suitable for cycling, such as fittings that make it easy to adjust the shoulder strap, quick ... Contemporary stabilizing straps help to prevent the bag from shifting while riding ...

Famous quotes containing the word bags:

    bodies wrapped in elastic bands,
    bodies cased in wood or used like telephones,
    bodies crucified up onto their crutches,
    bodies wearing rubber bags between their legs,
    bodies vomiting up their juice like detergent,
    bodies smooth and bare as darning eggs.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    Some dead undid their bushy jaws,
    And bags of blood let out their flies;
    He had by heart the Christ-cross-row of death.
    Sleep navigates the tides of time;
    The dry Sargasso of the tomb
    Gives up its dead to such a working sea....
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)

    I don’t go to church. Kneeling bags my nylons.
    Billy Wilder (b. 1906)