ziptop

ziptop

(ˈzɪpˌtɒp)
adj
(of a bag) closed with a zip at the top
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All non-medical gels, liquids, and aerosols must be in 3-oz containers (half-filling a large container is not allowed), and placed in a single, one-quart, ziptop plastic bag that must be shown to airport security screeners.
Place chicken in ziptop plastic bag and add dressing.
Teachers learned to handle a mouse, connect with a PC, copy information onto a disk, and hear such tech-terminology as "mouse," "CPU," "cursor," and "software." Two hours later, the educators left with ziptop bags packed with their own computer disk, address labels, a handout with information about Internet search engines and early childhood Web sites, business cards, a professional personalized letterhead for stationery, an E-mail account ...
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