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  • n. Plural form of bookbag.

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Examples

  • Wolf explains that he is arguing for a “two-step framework,” wherein schools can use a lower standard to search “backpacks, pencil cases, bookbags” but a higher standard when you “require a 13-year-old girl to take off her pants, her shirt, move around her bra so she reveals her breasts, and the same thing with her underpants to reveal her pelvic area.”

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  • The infrastructure of the printed book includes bookstores, libraries, magazine stands, bookshelves and bookbags, and paper-recycling depots.

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  • Wolf explains that he is arguing for a "two-step framework," wherein schools can use a lower standard to search "backpacks, pencil cases, bookbags" but a higher standard when you "require a 13-year-old girl to take off her pants, her shirt, move around her bra so she reveals her breasts, and the same thing with her underpants to reveal her pelvic area."

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  • Something ineffable but important vanished between the loss of the crumpled tweedy jackets and overstuffed bookbags, and the entrance of the pinstriped three-piece suits.

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  • Once she slung both bookbags over her shoulder, she heard a rustle in the trees.

    Arcana Magi Memorial Vol.2 - c.2

  • Boys ogled and snickered, boners hidden behind their bookbags while I vainly shielded myself behind an armful of brown-papered textbooks.

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  • They took off their sneakers, tying them to their bookbags, and they switched into their roller blades.

    Arcana Magi - c.13: Along the Way

  • As Suzie and Karl packed up the remaining parts and prepared to pack their clothes, Alysia and Brie secretly packed away a few of their items into their bookbags.

    Arcana Magi - c.12: Danica Leandros, Sentinel of Seiryuu

  • The girls sat in the back, with Alysia and Brie setting their bookbags on their laps, and Karyn sat in the front passenger seat.

    Arcana Magi - c.15: Chisame Murakami, Sentinel of Genbu

  • At the wrought-iron fence in front of the church grounds, the bus driver made a last stop to discharge his youthful passengers, idling at the gate as the students shouldered their bookbags and walked to the converted priory that served as their schoolhouse.

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