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hit-and-run bag

hit-and-run bag
 n.— «The customs officials always wanted Paige to open up the little “hit-and-run” bag he carred for his shaving gear and other small articles.» —“Hardman on Sports” by A.L. Hardman Charleston Gazette (West Virginia) June 9, 1971. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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