back pack


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Noun1.back pack - a bag carried by a strap on your back or shoulderback pack - a bag carried by a strap on your back or shoulder
bag - a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
kit bag, kitbag - a knapsack (usually for a soldier)
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Buy a S8 for Dh2,799 and save Dh1,475 with freebies like Gear Iconic ear buds, Gear VR 3, power bank, back pack and selfie stick.
In the course of seven chapters, the author explores Back Pack's work against the backdrop of Myanmar's changing political and socioeconomic landscape.
"My plan was to beat all of the official cross country weight carrying feats carrying 20,40,60,80 and now 100 lb back pack records.
People who noticed the back pack at the bus stop called the police at around 1: 30 a.m.
Grant for the Weekend Bag (Back Pack) Program at 27 schools and sites in Prince George's County and in the District of Columbia where 30% of children under 18 years old are food insecure.
In the most push ups on back of hands with 60 pounds back pack in one minute category.
The back pack was adjusted to sit high on the back.
The BETE flexible back pack fire extinguisher is said to be a proven and effective device used by many of the UK's fire brigades and this upgrade extends the versatility of this already very useful piece of equipment.
"Of the three challenges for this race - heat, sand and back pack, the back pack is by far the hardest challenge to adapt to.
Challenge Number One: Wrap yourself in two big garbage bags, then divide your weight in two and load a back pack with that much weight and carry it, then find the heaviest stick you can find and carry it around in 50[degrees]C heat, then tell me you want more body armour.
He will carry his food, water, medical supplies and sleeping equipment in a back pack and run in the Atlas Mountains, over salt lakes and sand dunes in daytime temperatures that can reach 130F and plummet to below zero at night.