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Bags

In Mongolia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a municipality. Most are sparsely populated due to the prevalence of nomads in Mongolia.
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THEN the mouse came out of her jam pot, and Benjamin took the paper bag off his head, and they told the doleful tale.
Maces, bags, and purses indignantly proclaim silence and frown at the man from Shropshire.
It seemed a longer job than I had thought it was going to be; but I got the bag finished at last, and I sat on it and strapped it.
He secured the front-feet bags in place similarly above the great knees.
I guess you'll be glad to git out of this, with all them mail bags jamming round you.
Peter Magnus, when the striped bag, and the red bag, and the brown-paper parcel, and the leather hat-box, had all been deposited in the passage.
I got my bag as I went a-groping through the hall, and in about a minute I was out the back way and stretching up the river road at a five-mile gait.
This view of Marner's personality was not without another ground than his pale face and unexampled eyes; for Jem Rodney, the mole-catcher, averred that one evening as he was returning homeward, he saw Silas Marner leaning against a stile with a heavy bag on his back, instead of resting the bag on the stile as a man in his senses would have done; and that, on coming up to him, he saw that Marner's eyes were set like a dead man's, and he spoke to him, and shook him, and his limbs were stiff, and his hands clutched the bag as if they'd been made of iron; but just as he had made up his mind that the weaver was dead, he came all right again, like, as you might say, in the winking of an eye, and said "Good-night", and walked off.
They wanted to carry his bag and his trunk and everything he had--and one of the bigger ones even carried Gub-Gub who had got tired again.
Take this bag of gold to Ashby,'' continued his master, ``and find out Isaac the Jew of York, and let him pay himself for the horse and arms with which his credit supplied me.
My mother pulled it up with impatience, and there lay before us, the last things in the chest, a bundle tied up in oilcloth, and looking like papers, and a canvas bag that gave forth, at a touch, the jingle of gold.
So it was to take my bag that you asked me to release you