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brown bagger

Someone who brings in their own packed lunch (e.g., in a brown paper bag), as for work or school. The brown baggers of the office always go out to the park to eat on nice days.
See also: bagger, brown

four-bagger

slang In baseball, a home run (as it causes one to touch all four "bags," or bases). Scotty just hit a four-bagger and gave us a one-run lead!

brown bagger

A person who brings his or her own supplies, as in The architects of the new office designed a space for brown baggers to eat lunch. The term originated in the 1930s in Britain for very serious students who carried their books about with them in brown briefcases or bags. That usage crossed the Atlantic within a few decades. However, in America from the 1960s on, it has primarily been used for persons who brought their own liquor in a brown paper bag, either legitimately or surreptitiously, to a public place or restaurant not licensed to sell it, or for those who took their lunch to work.
See also: bagger, brown

four-bagger

n. a home run in baseball. Wilbur hit his third four-bagger of the season.
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"Duff's creativity and enthusiastic personality will certainly bring another energetic component to the Best Bagger Championship, and we look forward to having him there with us to crown the 2015 Best Bagger Champion."
"Baggers won many national awards and the products, which all fold into an inside pocket to form an easy-to-carry bag, were loved by parents and children alike.
The ease of operation and reliability of the Bosch bagger lets us meet our customers' demands."
The aircraft, crews, maintainers and engineers ensure that the Baggers, which have flown more than 1,000 missions over Helmand since they arrived from Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose in Cornwall, England, back in May 2009, are constantly ready to support the international mission.
An affair between a Palestinian bagger and a Jewish cashier in a settlement supermarket has prompted one chain to cease employing baggers (except during the extra-busy Wednesday and Thursday evening shifts, when there is no time for socializing).
According to a report in Israeli daily Haaretz, baggers are no longer working most days at the supermarket, except on their busiest nights when there is little time for socializing between Jews and Palestinians.The change in policy came following uproar in the Gush Etzion settlement when its residents heard that a Jewish girl from the settlement who works at the market became involved in a romantic relationship with a Palestinian bagger.An influential rabbi that lives in Gush Etzion brought concerns to the owner of the grocery chain, Rami Levi, who eventually decided he would change the store's policy regarding the mixing of Jews and non-Jews.Levi, who claims he is "against assimilation," denied that the Palestinian bagger involved in the romance was fired.
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27 rally in support of healthcare reform, Shea-Porter--specifically mentioning an event of the Portsmouth Republicans--referred to opponents of health reform as "tea baggers." She then encouraged her audience to "find those tea baggers" and talk to them to eliminate the fears of health reform.
If either of us are happy a prospective purchaser are healthy, open and transparent companies that are not going to be carpet baggers but will carry on taking forward and regenerating Coventry, then neither the charity or the city council would want to stay as shareholders." He said shareholders were not benefiting from profits which were being reinvested in the Arena to grow the business and benefit the city's regeneration, including with recent planning permission granted for a new hotel nearby..
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Conventional baggers gather apples in a pan that is inclined at about a 10-degree angle.