n.1.A small bag.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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During an hour and a half long performance, Sachel, a brainchild of Izzat Majeed, will play their popular music which already have international familiarity.
This reminds us of one of the great baseball pitchers, Sachel Page, and his Rules for Staying Young, "...
Engaged in the responsible upper reaches of the economy as they are, Bobos are far from being just theoretical bookworms, but scholars who pride themselves on metis, an ancient Greek word for knowingness in action that got Odysseus back to Ithaca, that the French call savoir faire, and that we beknighted New Yorkers know as sachel. How this squares with their assumption that they just enjoy their work as a vocation is somewhat mysterious.