bag drag
 n.— «“Why, if we are incapable of transferring passengers’ bags, do we continue to pretend we can.” Faced with the anguish of being separated from luggage, the personal “bag drag” would surely be the better way, the staffer suggested.» —“Airport’s luggage crisis of more than 20 million bags yearly has British Airways staff ‘on the brink of a nervous breakdown” by Carey French Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) Nov. 17, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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