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excess luggage

, baggage
luggage that is greater in weight or in number of pieces than an airline, etc., will carry free

baggage

The personal property of passengers or crew carried on an aircraft by agreement with the operator (ICAO).
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Got a wollopin' from Peterson most likely in the last town and then was shipped along with the bunch and left to die in the baggage car.
The Duchess left on Friday, and we checked her baggage through to Lenox by the New York, New Haven & Hartford.
He looked with disdain at the endless confused mass of detachments, carts, guns, artillery, and again baggage wagons and vehicles of all kinds overtaking one another and blocking the muddy road, three and sometimes four abreast.
Passing twice up and down beside the baggage in silence and regaining his self-possession, he addressed Sergey Ivanovitch calmly:
This was as far as it would be convenient to use the canoes, the guide told Tom and his friends, and from there on the trip to the Copan valley would be made on the backs of mules, which would carry most of the baggage and equipment.
So they gathered up their baggage and went off, following the man through the jungle.
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.
So I told the folks I reckoned I would go up to the town and fetch down my baggage.
By this time the change of baggage was hastily achieved; for the single word ``outlaws'' rendered every one sufficiently alert, and the approach of twilight made the sound yet more impressive.
The head waiter's fee is a shade less than the portier's; the Boots, who not only blacks your boots and brushes your clothes, but is usually the porter and handles your baggage, gets a somewhat smaller fee than the head waiter; the chambermaid's fee ranks below that of the Boots.
A breastwork was thrown up of saddles, baggage, and camp furniture, and all hands waited anxiously for daylight.
They have taken the baggage and all the guns,' yelled the Frenchman, firing blindly into the twilight.