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nosebag

a bag, fastened around the head of a horse and covering the nose, in which feed is placed
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If they decide they want what's in the company feedbag, so be it.
After much success and praise of the Meatpacking District location, Bill's Bar & Burger will bring their "mouthwatering" (New York Magazine), "classic" (Daily Candy), "luscious" (The Feedbag) burgers to New York City's premiere destination.
In fact, as water temperatures climb into the mid-50[degrees]Fs and beyond, posts-pawn walleyes begin to put on the feedbag, and you can take advantage of some of the season's hottest bites using tactics developed for largemouths and smallies.
While sharing a drink with her brother-in-law, Donna recognises a feedbag as being the same as the one tied around Shane's body in the Dingle's barn.
Donna grows suspicious of Eli and Debbie and, following them, spots a feedbag like the one used to wrap Shane's body.
This Feedbag is constructed from wool and jute with zipper bases made from recycled milk jugs.
"When an already large muskie starts putting on the feedbag in preparation for the winter months ahead," explained Lucas, "it may just put it over the mark."
And Michael Burnett did a great 'zine called Feedbag outta CO before he became Thrasher's roving editor.
Everybody's so up and positive running about in there that you feel like you need a bucket to be sick in strapped to your nose like a horse's feedbag. There's never any magazines to read while you wait either, all you can do is stare at the crap pamphlets advocating crap jobs and trainee-ships, all of which I am always too old for even if I was desperate to do them.
Straight to his stall: Dance Brightly - Pleasant Reign, with the feedbag in my hand and my reflection in his wary eyes.