washbag

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washbag

(ˈwɒʃbæɡ)
n
a bag for toiletries, toothbrushes, etc
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With our men's kits doubling up as washbags too, we are further demonstrating our commitment to providing superior, innovative products for our passengers," she added.
Riders filled spare washbags and donated them to the Harrogate Homeless Project, in an initiative that was the brainwave of Paul Mulrennan's wife Adele.
Although last year I gave everyone washbags with their initials on.
Business class is equipped with 180 degree lie-flat massage chairs, BOSE noise-canceling headphones and Bulgari washbags so passengers are able to enjoy a quiet journey with their own private space.
British Airways' new Liberty London washbags will also take to the skies at the end of July.
More products were added to the range this year, including belts, washbags, and shoes.
Additionally new Liberty London washbags will take to the skies at the end of July.
It follows Everton's Seamus Coleman (below) urging young players not to buy Louis Vuitton washbags just so they can look good on Instagram, calling it an example of "what is wrong with football".
Millionaire footballers regularly breeze through clutching their designer washbags and declining all interview requests.
S | | Shipyard chambray shirt, PS35 (landsend.co.uk To the letter: Cara Delevingne modelling Burberry's cape on the catwalk, left SEW COOL THORNDALE will embroider almost all of the brand's accessories, from washbags to backpacks, offering a choice of fonts and colours for up to five letters.
WITH leather washbags from PS55 and man-friendly scented candles - like Cut Grass, PS29 - Osprey London is worth checking out for Father's Day gift ideas.