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  • n. Plural form of carryon.

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Examples

  • Consider the triviality of no longer being able to bring toothpaste onto airplanes in carryons.

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  • This is a hassle but, if everyone would comply with the size, number, and weight of the carryons, it would be better for everyone.

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  • More (yes, more) about carryons: I mostly travel a few times a year to visit my parents in Florida.

    Talk about Travel

  • Before you all pack your suitcasies and go get on your planes, I must remind you to leave a bit of spare space in your carryons for all the carry homes you'll pick up if you visit the Small Press table at Swancon.

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  • So don't blame them for lugging on carryons to save a few dollars.

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  • Managing to get overstuffed suitcases and carryons in and out of the gas guzzler, on and off the parking shuttle, to curbside check in, off the luggage carousel, in and out of the cab, into the hotel rooms, sometimes with help, sometimes without, we were ready to explore.

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  • When it comes to carryons, I am far more annoyed by the people who hog the overhead bin space or hold up the plane while someone gets them a gatecheck ticket because they want to haul a full-size suitcase on – suck it up and check your bag.

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  • (On the trip out, not only did they let me use both the wheeler and my backpack as carryons, they didn't weigh either of them.)

    Breakfast in Bed

  • WN-near riot when they start to board the next flight without getting us our carryons

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  • When that was done, they did the same with my carryons, including doing the explosive trace test on every single piece of electronic equipment I was carrying - a nontrivial number.

    October 13th, 2006

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