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1. tv. to capture and arrest someone. (see also bagged. Underworld.) They bagged the robber with the loot still on him.
2. n. an ugly woman. (Rude and derogatory.) Tell the old bag to mind her own business.
3. n. one’s preference; something suited to one’s preference. That kind of stuff is so not my bag!
4. tv. to obtain something. I’ll try to bag a couple of tickets for you.
5. n. a container of drugs. (Drugs. Not necessarily a real bag.) Two bags of H. for two dimes?
6. in. to die. The guy was coughing so hard that I thought he was going to bag right there.
7. tv. to apply a respirator to someone. (Medical. The respirator has a bag attached to hold air.) Quick, bag him before he boxes.
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Gant,(2) after all of the passengers had exited, officers boarded the bus and moved all of the bags from the overhead racks to the seats below.
The manufacturers of the plastic bags oppose the ban on plastic bags, arguing that employment of thousands of persons depends upon such cottage industries which manufacture polyethylene bags.
On Monday, the day that the ban was to go into effect, a survey of nearly a dozen drink shops by Apple Daily reporters showed that most are offering plastic bags ranging in size from one drink to four drinks, all for the price of NT$1.
Bans on plastic bags resulted in an immediate and large increase in the purchase of small (67%) and medium (50%) garbage bags relative to jurisdictions in California with no bag controls.
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The regulations concern only the vest-type plastic bags, roll-on bags and Non-Woven Polypropylene bags, which are designed to carry goods purchased at points of sale such as wholesale and retail outlets, markets, fairs and hawkers.
These accusations are leading to plastic bags being banned, or at least charged for, in an increasing number of cities and countries.
Noted as eco-friendly, biodegradable bags can decompose in nature within a two-month period as opposed to plastic bags that take 400-900 years to decompose.
We're normally rather practical and choose bags which are more or less versatile.
Incentives to bring reusable bags are appreciated and effective.
The Environment Agency last week published a report which showed how many times different types of bags needed to be re-used in order to have a lower carbon footprint than lightweight single use bags.
The Allsorts changing bags come equipped with an insulated bottle and dummy bag, a wet and dry bag and four spacious integral pockets to keep everything tidy.
The retail chain has also launched a new text-reminder service to remind its customers to bring bags with them when they go shopping.
B&Q is also banning free plastic bags after trials in Scotland and the North-East revealed a big fall in usage.
50 per month and then hire out top named bags from as little as pounds 10 a week plus postage.