baggage


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NIHspeak Government property and personal property necessary for the purpose of official travel
Psychology A popular term for the constellation of mental issues based on prior memories and experience that a person has when entering into an intimate relationship

baggage

Psychology A popular term for a constellation of mental issues based on memories and experiences that any person has when entering into an intimate relationship
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So they gathered up their baggage and went off, following the man through the jungle.
They immediately did so, and the whole band soon disappeared behind a point of woods, carrying off with them the horses, traps, and the greater part of the baggage.
The party reached it about ten o'clock in the morning, but landed on the opposite side of the river, where they spread out their baggage and effects to dry.
There we will fairly divide the baggage between us.
Scaly-conscience, and a knot of gentlemen from the town of Shun-repentance, to descant upon the inestimable advantages resulting from the safety of our baggage.
Oh, extra baggage, to be sure," I now said to myself--"something he wishes not to be put in the hold-- something to be kept under his own eye--ah, I have it--a painting or so--and this is what he has been bargaining about with Nicolino, the Italian Jew.
I CANNOT call riches better than the baggage of virtue.
Everything is done with a great deal of bustle, the unloading of the baggage, the examination of the customs; and everyone seems to smile at you.
The sea, loaded with phosphoric light, opened beneath the hulls of the barks that transported the baggage and munitions; every dip of the prow plowed up this gulf of white flames; from every oar dropped liquid diamonds.
At midday the Russian baggage train, the artillery, and columns of troops were defiling through the town of Enns on both sides of the bridge.
927 over the handling of a small heap of baggage at the Ferry Building.
said Del Mar a little later to Michael, having strolled down the platform to where the crate was piled on a truck with other baggage destined for the train.