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  • n. Plural form of kitbag.


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  • The Man of Confidence asked urgently for private kitbags for his men as there re no cupboards or suitcases in which private and personal papers as well as other things can be kept.

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  • The POWs complain that their kitbags have been taken away by the German guards and that they have nowhere to put their personal belongings now.

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  • The police recovered one AK-47 rifle, carbine, pistol and four kitbags from the spot.

    Maoist leader killed in AP

  • The police found three weapons-- one 9mm carbine, one 30 carbine and one 8 mm rifle-- three damaged kitbags and a notebook.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • The arms and ammunition, kitbags, wireless sets etc recovered from the place were also pooled up at one place.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • The police seized one AK-47 assault rifle, three SLRs, four .303 rifles, two other riffles, one 8 mm pistol, one SBBL gun and ammunition besides a few diaries, kitbags and other literature.

    Eleven Maoists martyred in Andhra Pradesh encounters

  • The police recovered an AK-47 gun, three rifles, some ammunition and kitbags from the spot.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • According to reports, two rifles, some other weapons and 20 kitbags were recovered from the place.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Delgado hunched in the back seat next to the kitbags.


  • The only furniture in the room was two mattresses and a purple-velvet loveseat holding three liquor-store boxes and a pile of kitbags.



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