brown bag


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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
References in classic literature ?
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.
Grey trench coat, PS79 @ Topshop, brown bag, PS10 @ Primark GIRLY girls will love this pretty pastel pink combo.
Krista Lucchesi, director of the Mercy Brown Bag program, stands outside the program's new food truck April 4 at Oakland's Mercy Retirement and Care Center in California.
As a member of the college's Best Practices in Education Committee, she leads the midweek Best Practices Brown Bag lunch meeting.
A CANADIAN animation studio plans to create 50 jobs after buying Brown Bag Films, the award-winning Dublin company behind Give Up Yer Aul Sins.
The popular veteran group will display its mastery of jazz and blues from the 1920s and '30s at noon April 8 in a performance as part of the Brown Bag Concert spring series at Mechanics Hall, 321 Main St.
Her Brown Bag Provisions quickly developed a cult following.
the brown bag and take out my cheese Danish And bite into it then
As vice president, Long took the lead in the conception and planning of several events - Brown Bag Drag, and the Bobbi Lancaster lecture.
Beavers is proud that the popularity of the brown bag program has spread to the junior enlisted members of her squadron.
Human contact is not required as the waiter leaves the brown bag on the doorknob.
Jacket, pounds 15, Internacionale; scarf I've had for ages; skirt, about $20 in New York; brown boots, pounds 35, Parisia; necklace, my mum bought it for me; brown bag, pounds 20, TKMaxx.