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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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It meant more strange men who handled baggage, as it meant in New York, where, from railroad baggage-room to express wagon he was exchanged, for ever a crated prisoner and dispatched to one, Harris Collins, on Long Island.
The boat containing the exploring party and Val Jacinto took the lead, the baggage craft following.
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.
The boat landed just at daylight, and I left my baggage on the wharf-boat and went looking around the town and out a piece in the country, to put in the time and not get here too soon; and so I come down the back way.