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bag drag

bag drag  n.— «The service is going one step further and getting rid of the No. 1 irritant for troops deployed to Hungary and the former Yugoslavia: The bag drag they experience when they deploy from their home base.» —“Troops Heading...

cross-decking

cross-decking  n.— «Cross decking is for, and I think we all in one way or another suffer from it, it’s when you have an officer and enlisted who possesses a specialty that is so unique and so low in numbers that when you’re operating at...

bag drag

bag drag  n.— «Bag drag: n. when a flight attendant takes a trip but never even opens her luggage.» —“L.A. Speak: Flight Attendants” by Laura A. Galloway Los Angeles Times Mar. 20, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued...

bag drag

bag drag  n.— «Astronauts call it “the bag drag.” The name comes from lugging their bags from airport to airport as they make the rounds on behalf of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.» —“Astronaut Makes...

bag drag

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...

hippotherapy

hippotherapy  n.— «Hippotherapy literally means “treatment with the help of a horse.” The center provides physical therapy for children with disabilities.» —“Scouts aim high in Eagle projects” by Alan...

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