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The decision is part of the company’s aim to refocus on its core brand, an effort that has included ditching excess baggage like its Christmas Tree Shops stores and fixing its finances.

From Fortune

Pilots, flight attendants, baggage handlers and other workers got notices Thursday that they may be furloughed, Southwest said.

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When firefighters arrived, he said, they found that an Amtrak employee was in a golf cart “used to transport baggage” and was struck by a train.

To be clear, Westbrook brings his own baggage and his own massive contract to Washington.

Air travel requires strict adherence to baggage weight limitations, and backpacks and laptop bags used for going between work and home also have a finite capacity even before the toll of excess weight on your body is taken into account.

Other officials told reporters that searchers also spotted a life vest and baggage in the water.

They take home mental baggage unlike anything carried in almost every other job.

“My parents split up around the time I started writing, which brought in a lot of emotional baggage,” Kiesza says.

There are all sorts of baggage around being a man, and being a woman.

Much of the baggage that Charles carries is universally known.

Well, if you do either lose baggage or want to buy a trunk already marked, deuced if I ain't the man to call on.

Although the army was greatly demoralised during the retreat through Portugal, he never lost a single gun or baggage wagon.

Soult's corps arrived without cannon or baggage, a mere armed rabble, and Ney's men jeered at the disorganised battalions.

After her baggage is on the carriage, drive immediately to the house, and be certain all is ready there for her comfort.

Robert occupied the abbeys of Biland and Rievaulx and divided the spoils of the English camp and the king's baggage.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to baggage, such as: equipment, gear, luggage, paraphernalia, accoutrements, and bags.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.