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ditty box

[′did·ē ‚bäks]
(naval architecture)
A small box with a hinged lid and lock used by a crew member for personal belongings.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Attendees also receive a "ditty bag" containing pens, pads, cups, rulers, and other items donated by sales representatives.
At said meeting, the workers were feted with a small going-away feast, and given some mementos of their stay in a ditty bag. The resort manager, Jimbo (not his real name) avers, 'We promised them that once Boracay reopens, we would hire them back.' Of course, by then, he realizes, these contractuals would have probably found some other jobs or gone abroad.