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backpack

a pack carried on the back of an astronaut, containing oxygen cylinders, essential supplies, etc

backpack

A parachute pack attached to the parachute harness at the upper back of the wearer. A short term for backpack parachute.
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This image simply shows a darker-skinned male wearing a black jacket and carrying a black bookbag, which 4chan users suggest makes him a possible "suspect" in the incident.
When, like a ragdoll, she began to slump, Rockelle grabbed the bookbag strap and choked her with it, asking.
I remember last semester when Daniel's bookbag broke.
For a superb critique of the thesis exemplified in the Bork book, see Richard Delgado, Rodrigo's Bookbag, 50 STAN.
I tell my son] when you come in the house, you hang up your coat, put up your bookbag.
As a religious I also bring to the work of education a freedom that allows me to pick up my bookbag and go where I am sent.
It was the talisman in my bookbag when I presented myself to Roger McHugh at University College Dublin in the mid-sixties.
Instantly update your blah bookbag with a hip, sporty messenger bag (yes, Cameron is really carrying one
Monthly, I find products of a developmental guidance lesson in his bookbag.
Important Notice" announces the crumpled note at the bottom of Sarah's bookbag.
We've done a skit where the children are on a bus," Hood says, "and the bully grabs another kid's bookbag and throws it down.
It also features some more thought-provoking targets -- a school girl with a bookbag and a .