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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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The cause is near and dear to the hearts of our staff and we look forward to the Operation Backpack effort every year.
Using the $500 she raised from selling the plants, Speese purchased backpacks and school supplies to donate.
This ingenious invention is the brainchild of British inventor and engineer, David Wolffe, who quit his corporate career as a Finance Director to develop the wolffepack backpack.
Select a backpack that is properly sized for your child and be less concerned about its looks.
This is particularly dangerous on stairs or other places where the backpack puts the student off balance," she said.
Pocket Aces Backpacks was founded at Indiana University to make high quality electronic charging backpacks for students, travelers and business professionals.
Select a backpack made of durable but lightweight fabric.
u1/4 Make sure your child's backpack weighs no more than ten to 15 per cent of his or her body weight.
Once the rationale for the backpack project was presented, through the previously mentioned class readings and discussion, the university students began planning and creating their literacy backpacks.
Police said the student obtained the backpack full of cash from "a friend across the street in her neighborhood.
Falwell opened the backpack forum, and the Pagans were determined to secure equal time.
In walking trials, the peak vertical force exerted by a 27-kilogram, suspended-load backpack was just one-sixth that exerted by a conventional, fixed backpack.