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  • 161bag|wig — «BAG WIHG», noun. a wig worn by men in the 1700 s, the back hair of which was enclosed in an ornamental bag …

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  • 162bag|worm — «bagmh>WURM», noun. the larva of a moth commonly found throughout the northern United States. When the bagworm hatches, it spins a bag of silk, leaves, and other debris for its protection, and moves around with the bag hanging downward while… …

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  • 163Bag lady — Bag la dy, n. a homeless woman who carries all her possessions with her in bags. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 164Bag O Rags — (M.V. Ar Bageergan). ‘ Ar Bageergan ’, the name means ‘ the eye of the wind ’, was built as a Breton ’tunny’ boat in Le Guilvenic, SW Brittany in 1973. She worked as a tuna boat and also as a crabber during the off season. She was retired from… …

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  • 165bag of waters — n the double walled fluid filled sac that encloses and protects the fetus in the mother s womb and that breaks releasing its fluid during the birth process see WATER BAG * * * popular name for the amniotic sac …

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  • 166bag lady — bag ladies N COUNT A bag lady is a homeless woman who carries her possessions in shopping bags …

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  • 167bag and baggage — means all your possessions, especially if you are moving them or leaving a place …

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  • 168bag of bones — If someone is a bag of bones, they are very underweight …

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  • 169bag of nerves — If someone is a bag of nerves, they are very worried or nervous …

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  • 170Bag End —  / Bag End    Dwelling at Hobbiton in the Shire of Bilbo Baggins, and later of Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee.        The great smial beneath Hobbiton Hill.    A large and comfortable hobbit hole, well known as the home of Bilbo Baggins and his …

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  • 171bag of nerves — (informal) A very agitated and apprehensive person • • • Main Entry: ↑bag …

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  • 172bag|a|telle — «BAG uh TEHL», noun. 1. a mere trifle; thing of no importance. 2. a short piece of music, usually in a light style. 3. a game somewhat like billiards, played on a table having a semicircular end with nine holes to hit balls into with a cue.… …

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  • 173bag|gage|man — «BAG ihj MAN», noun, plural men. a man whose business is handling baggage …

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  • 174bag|gage|mas|ter — «BAG ihj MAS tuhr, MAHS », noun. 1. the person in charge of baggage at a railroad station or on a baggage car. 2. the person in charge of baggage on a ship or at a pier. 3. the person in charge of baggage at any other terminus of public… …

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  • 175bag|ging — «BAG ihng», noun. cloth for making bags, covering bales of cotton, and other packing, usually made of a coarse woven hemp or jute; sacking …

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  • 176bag|gys — «BAG eez», noun (plural). loose fitting swim trunks worn by surfers …

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  • 177bag|man — «BAG muhn», noun, plural men. 1. U.S. Slang. a person to whom graft or protection money is given and who, in turn, delivers it to the person for whom it is intended. 2. U.S. a postal employee who handles and checks bags of mail. 3. British. a… …

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  • 178bag|wom|an — «BAG WUM uhn», noun, plural wom|en. U.S. Slang. a woman to whom graft or protection money is given and who, in turn, delivers it to the person for whom it is intended …

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  • 179Bag, Hungary — is a village in Pest county, Hungary …

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  • 180Bag-pipe — (engl., spr. bägg paip), Dudelsack (s. d.) …

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