toolbag


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toolbag

(ˈtuːlbæɡ)
n
(Tools) a sturdy bag used by a worker to hold his or her tools
Translations

toolbag

[ˈtuːlˌbæg] nborsa degli attrezzi
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Clayromb added that one of the challenges he has faced in his work implementing CCSS standards iii the classrootn is augmenting his instructional toolbag, with the tools and strategies necessary neceffective CGSS impltmentation, without letting his class become a math, science or English Language Arts class from the student's perspective.
Did I want some drab mechanic with his toolbag / some flesh-fixer with an itching scrotum and half-a-dozen words designed to terrify the terrified / did I want his jargon and bad breath contaminating the terrible meeting of Tot and his ally Death /1 did say ally / yes / in this instance he visited / and did not stop .
Because I did stand-up that's one of the things in my toolbag as a writer, but here I'm not under pressure to have five jokes on every page, which is a relief.
The focus-free system takes the hassle out of focusing while the single-handed design keeps a hand free to hold a ladder or toolbag.
Yep, get the toolbag out and invite them back to Fir Park to fix all the broken seats.
For all his act of arson achieved was to push Jase and Stella closer together, with Karl looking on as the thickie brickie moved himself and his bulging toolbag into the Rovers.
A spokesman for the branch where the theft took place said: "Staff thought his toolbag seemed heavy when he was leaving.
Thieves opened the unlocked door to steal items including two sat navs, handbag, tools and toolbag.
Essential kit: hand tools WHEN doing DIY around your home there is a small number of what I would call "essential everyday items" to keep in your toolbag.
WHEN you call in a tradesman for a household job, do you imagine a burly bloke with a toolbag and a white van?
He described as "in flux" how Causes fits within PETA's "online toolbag.