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Synonyms for backpack

to travel about or journey on foot

Synonyms for backpack

a bag carried by a strap on your back or shoulder

hike with a backpack


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Technavio's analysts forecast the global outdoor backpacks market to grow at a CAGR of 3.
Last year, with support from 150 companies and other community partners, VOA-GNY collected and distributed 18,400 backpacks to children in over 150 shelters.
Pack A BackPack NC' is a charity that donates backpacks and school supplies to children with financial need in the local schools .
The wolffepack backpack provides a simple solution to an everyday problem - how to get to your backpack without the hassle of unstrapping and taking the whole pack off.
Similarly, backpacks worn on one shoulder do not distribute the weight of the backpack evenly, often causing a child to lean to one side.
A student's backpack should weigh not more than about 10-15 percent of their body weight, according to an expert.
All Pocket Aces Backpacks come with a battery capable of fully charging a phone or a tablet.
According to the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), the bottom of your child's backpack should rest in the curve of the lower back.
Backpacks can't be beat for helping children carry their books and schools items in an organised manner.
The preservice teachers involved in the project created the literacy backpacks as a class assignment for a family and community relationships course.
where a 12-year-old girl brought a backpack full of $20,000 in cold, hard cash to school on Monday.
YOUNGSTERS in Middlesbrough can become real life Dora the Explorers thanks to new explorer backpacks from Middlesbrough libraries.
Foundation is distributing backpacks laden with notebooks, pens and pencils,
The backpacks also have appeal to first responders and humanitarian assistance workers who may be operating in locations where electricity access may be problematic, he adds.
Many public schools use special folders placed in student backpacks to distribute notices about school events, and sometimes extra-curricular activities, to parents.