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school bag

or school·bag (sko͞ol′băg′)
n.
A bag for carrying textbooks and school supplies.
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Officers also allegedly found a small amount of marijuana in the school bag.
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Research by John lewis revealed the cost of today's school uniform, school bag and its contents amounts to PS550.80, this compares to an average cost of PS252.40 in the 1980s and PS231.20 in the 1960s, in today's money.
The material is then handed over to skilled workers who cut the flex sheet into the standard school bag designed to carry books.
In addition, the School Bag Project will provide school bags to needy students at Sidon's public schools.

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