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brown bag

n
a bag made of brown paper, often used for carrying a packed lunch or alcohol
vb (intr) , -bags, -bagging or -bagged
1. to take a packed lunch in a brown bag
2. to carry alcohol in a brown bag
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When I mounted to my seat again, I observed a new parcel lying on the coach roof, which I took to be a rather large fiddle in a brown bag.
I think of Mechanics Hall and the Brown bags often.
These simple Halloween decorations put a spooky spin on the Hispanic tradition of lining walkways on made of brown bagscontaining lit Christmas Eve with paper lanterns made of brown bags containing lit candles set sand (luminarias).
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If you happen to have several brown bags from grocery shopping trips, try placing your gift inside one, folding over the top, punching a few holes across the fold and tying it shut with a beautiful piece of leftover ribbon.
The beloved Munch Box will be serving root-beer floats and brown bags of fries and hickory burgers for at least 20 more years when its official designation as a cultural landmark is confirmed Wednesday.
Heads begin to roll, franchises begin to move, and "the greatest fans in the world" begin to wear brown bags over their heads.
8 percent of the patients had gone to the emergency room in the year before they had received their brown bags, while 21.
And instead of brown bags, the fresh take on lunchboxes is a zippered soft vinyl insulated box, hopefully in bright colors with a cartoon character on the front, to hold bottled water, juice boxes and turkey wraps or pita pocket sandwiches.
What goes in the brown bags varies, but typically, it's fruit, chips, and some type of sandwich, but these items differ by gender and age, reports NPD.
Food Share supports the Kids Cafe Program, which provides hot meals to low-income children at participating schools, and Brown Bags for Seniors Program, which provides eligible low-income seniors with weekly bags of groceries.
But while these desktop diners may stay on top of their workload, survey results show most need help managing their brown bags.