BAG

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AcronymDefinition
BAGBaggage
BAGBooks Are Great (various organizations)
BAGBound and Gagged
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)
BAGBethel Assembly of God (various locations)
BAGBumping and Grinding
BAGBudissa Agroservice GmbH (German agriculture company)
BAGBienal de Arquitectura de Guatemala (Spanish: Architecture Biennial of Guatemala; Guatemala)
BAGBust-A-Groove (video game)
BAGBaguio, Philippines (Airport Code)
BAGBrooklyn Artists Gym (New York)
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
BAGBiometric Assurance Group (oversight; UK)
BAGBroward Art Guild (Florida)
BAGBundesanstalt für den Güterfernverkehr (federal watchdog in German haulage industry)
BAGBiotechnology Ambient Generic (NASA)
BAGBudget Activity Group
BAGBallistic Attack Game
BAGBookkeeper Advisory Group (Australia)
BAGBuccoaxiogingival
BAGBasmati Action Group
BAGBaseline Advisory Group
BAGBaguio Artists Guild
BAGBeautiful Assistant Gangbuster (from the book Secret Agents Four)
BAGBranch Action Guide
BAGBean-Shaped Accessory Gland
BAGBroadband Access Group (Ciena)
References in classic literature ?
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.
"You won't be able to find either your baggage or anything else now, Prince.
The boat containing the exploring party and Val Jacinto took the lead, the baggage craft following.
The tents, and the men wrapped in their blankets and bivouacking on skins in the open air, surrounded the baggage at night.
The attendants, embarrassed with baggage, surprised and terrified at the fate of their masters, fell an easy prey to the assailants; while the Lady Rowena, in the centre of the cavalcade, and the Jew and his daughter in the rear, experienced the same misfortune.
They immediately did so, and the whole band soon disappeared behind a point of woods, carrying off with them the horses, traps, and the greater part of the baggage.
'They have the baggage. The papers are in the kilta with the red top, but look through all.
There we will fairly divide the baggage between us.
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.'
Who knows where we dropped the baggage? Do ye think Yankling Sahib will permit down-country police to wander all over the hills, disturbing his game?