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freedom bag
 n.— «A range of see-through bags aimed at commuters left nervous by the London bombings was launched yesterday. It is claimed the “freedom bags” will make passengers feel more at ease on the Tube, on buses and in public places.» —“See-through ‘freedom bags’ offered to Tube commuters” by John Innes Scotsman (Glasgow, Scotland) Aug. 23, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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