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Watching my chance, I slipped this into her satchel and hoped that she would read it soon.

She pulled the satchel toward her, her fingers seeking to close it.

If it's a middlin' good-lookin' young woman with a satchel, that's 'Gusty.

She took the paper up to her room and hid it very carefully in her satchel.

So he took the hundred karbovantsya out of his satchel and gave them to Ivan.

Simple was ashamed to open his satchel with the black bread and water in it.

I couldn't lose my satchel, you see, for its strapped on me.

"It was in his satchel," he remarked, as he began to remove the string.

Opening the satchel I asked him to look into it; says I, "Jackson, what is in this satchel; look."

When that conversation was ended a satchel was brought into the office—a red satchel.

WORD ORIGIN

"small bag," mid-14c., from Old French sachel, from Late Latin saccellum "money bag, purse," diminutive of Latin sacculus, diminutive of saccus "bag" (see sack (n.1)).

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