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“But of course you can never escape yourself or deposit the baggage you accumulate in your passage through the years in a left-luggage office.”
“But apart from loving the sound of his own voice, Gingrich comes with more baggage than a left-luggage depot.”
“Once the mail-coach passed us, bound for Santa Fe, and a troop of dragoons came by from Fort Mann, which was being built at that time; for the rest, the most interesting thing was the litter of gear from trains that had passed ahead of us-it was like all the left-luggage offices in the world strewn out for hundreds of miles.”
“Sid and Fred were appealed to, search parties were despatched, and 'Erbert was discovered in the left-luggage office, reclining on a lower shelf in a state of merry inebriation.”
“Dobst Station was just that: a small prefab building with a snack bar, toilets, a ticket counter, a left-luggage room.”
“Have been packing to go to Canada and, before that, to France the plan is to take a train to France on Wed and leave my Canada luggage in the left-luggage storage in Paddington, thence back to London on Sunday before leaving for Canada on Monday morning, which means not setting foot back in Oxford until after Christmas, unfortunately.”
“I figured the keys were for safety-deposit boxes or left-luggage lockers.”
“Siobhan wandered over to the left-luggage lockers.”
“Down in the lobby I approached the left-luggage attendant, a sturdy middle-aged woman who looked sensible in horn-rimmed glasses and a neat blue uniform.”
“Very like those from the left-luggage lockers of any big airport or railway station in the world.”
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