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resplence

resplence  n.— «An early morning shopping tour taken Saturday by Mrs. D.M. HUDSON, formerly of New York, but in Reno gaining a resplence at present, cost that handsome young woman $75.» —“Shopping Tour Proves...

resplence

resplence
 n.— «Presented in an elegant, lacquered case this 14″ Japanese bride doll is resplence in her traditional attire.» —“Japanese Bride Doll” GForce Band Dec. 8, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

bag drag

bag drag  n.— «As the son of an international airline captain and a pilot in the Marine Corps for 22 years, I have spent a lot of time in the back—and front—of aircraft.…On a recent ski trip to Utah, I did not enjoy doing the...

bag drag

bag drag  n.— «Sometimes if you have a 20 or 30 minute turn in a city, somebody on the crew will make a food run to the terminal. If you’re lucky, you stay with one plane all day. If not, you’ve got a bag drag from one end of the airport...

bag drag

bag drag n. generally, the transportation of luggage; in air travel, a connecting flight or the act of getting to a flight (with luggage); in the military, a change in deployment, especially a multi-part itinerary that includes a change in vehicles...

bag drag

bag drag  n.— «For almost three years, the bulk of Balkan-peacekeeping troops have served in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Hungary. To arrive, most did the infamous “bag drag,” hauling mobility gear from airport to airport...

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