tool bag

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Noun1.tool bag - a bag in which tools are carried
bag - a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
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* A red Husky tool bag, a DeWalt 20-volt impact wrench and a 20-volt saw were stolen out of a van between 6 p.m.
Prosecutor Vanessa Jones said that during a row at the house he pulled out a trade knife from a tool bag.
Items including a space silver 13-inch Hewlett Packard laptop, a black Xbox One games console, a Dewalt brush steel drill (model number DCD795), a black and green Makita tool bag with tools inside, two boxed chandelier lights and a man's green North Face ski jacket were all stolen.
Providing up to 40 percent longer life than conventional batteries, the 40-volt 2AH Lithium-ion battery from Hooyman is a great addition to any bowhunter's tool bag. Not only does the battery provide extra run time for the Hooyman trimmer, but it offers fade-free power with no memory loss.
You probably don't have a complete set of sockets and wrenches in your tool bag or the emergency vehicle kit under your truck seat.
General Philip Breedlove, said on Friday the West should be ready to use "all tools in the tool bag" to help Ukraine fight pro-Russian separatists, though he did not specify if that should include arming Kiev, Reuters reported.
We found out the hard way with a small cylinder of MAP gas forgotten in a tool bag checked as luggage.
The Brownells tool is also sold as a "bit" for the Magna-Tip screw driver, which, by the way, every professional and tinkerer gunsmith should have in his tool bag. The tip alone sells for $13 and will pay for itself the first time you need it.
Polished shoes Combed hair Sitting in his chair Humming a jazz tune He gave a warm smile As he hugged and kept me close He''d take me to the shops And spoil me rotten Although I never asked him to Then one day he picked up his tool bag And walked out the door Nobody every dreamed he would never come home However God thought it was his time Sent him packing up there With histoolbagstillinhand But it seemed God never considered the pain it would cause But my Grandys in a better place now So my family should just pause And think of all the happy times we had Chloe Hughes, age 14, Fairfield