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BAGBaggage
BAGBundesamt für Güterverkehr (German: Federal Office for Freight Transport)
BAGBundesamt für Gesundheit (German: Swiss Federal Office of Public Health; Switzerland)
BAGBasin Advisory Group
BAGBoîte a Gants (French: Glove Compartment)
BAGBumping and Grinding
BAGBust-A-Groove (video game)
BAGBaguio, Philippines (Airport Code)
BAGBundesarbeitsgemeinschaft der Mittel- und Großbetriebe des Einzelhandels (German retailers association)
BAGBayer Aktiengesellschaft
BAGBank Aktiengesellschaft (German cooperative banking group)
BAGBusiness Action Group
BAGBachelor of Agriculture
BAGBayard-Alpert Gauge
BAGBroward Art Guild (Florida)
BAGBundesanstalt für den Güterfernverkehr (federal watchdog in German haulage industry)
BAGBiotechnology Ambient Generic (NASA)
BAGBudget Activity Group
BAGBallistic Attack Game
BAGBuccoaxiogingival
BAGBaseline Advisory Group
BAGBasmati Action Group
BAGBaguio Artists Guild
BAGBeautiful Assistant Gangbuster (from the book Secret Agents Four)
BAGBranch Action Guide
BAGBean-Shaped Accessory Gland
BAGBroadband Access Group (Ciena)
BAGBrooklyn Artists Gym (New York)
BAGBiometric Assurance Group (oversight; UK)
BAGBooks Are Great (various organizations)
References in classic literature ?
The tents, and the men wrapped in their blankets and bivouacking on skins in the open air, surrounded the baggage at night.
Then we all go our ways, remembering that we have never seen or taken service with these Sahibs, who may, indeed, say that we have stolen their baggage.
I had reached the conclusion, it will be remembered, that the extra baggage of my friend, the artist, would prove to be pictures, or at least a picture; for I knew he had been for several weeks in conference with Nicolino:--and now here was a box, which, from its shape, COULD possibly contain nothing in the world but a copy of Leonardo's "Last Supper;" and a copy of this very "Last Supper," done by Rubini the younger, at Florence, I had known, for some time, to be in the possession of Nicolino.
Grimaud, boiling with the ardor of a young man, superintended the embarkation of Raoul's baggage in the admiral's vessel.
Got a wollopin' from Peterson most likely in the last town and then was shipped along with the bunch and left to die in the baggage car.
Peterson ain't going to pay any more excess baggage than he has to.
Into the midst of them, when with more howlings and yelpings they were loaded into the baggage car, was Michael's cage piled.
It meant more strange men who handled baggage, as it meant in New York, where, from railroad baggage-room to express wagon he was exchanged, for ever a crated prisoner and dispatched to one, Harris Collins, on Long Island.
In the slanting evening shadows cast by the baggage piled up on the platform, Vronsky in his long overcoat and slouch hat, with his hands in his pockets, strode up and down, like a wild beast in a cage, turning sharply after twenty paces.
Passing twice up and down beside the baggage in silence and regaining his self-possession, he addressed Sergey Ivanovitch calmly:
Can you tell me whether her baggage went through your hands?
The Duchess left on Friday, and we checked her baggage through to Lenox by the New York, New Haven & Hartford.