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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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ProEtrade's Backpack Bookbag is a durable and sturdy backpack made of high quality, anti-scratch fabric with tear-resistant zippers that can prevent your belongings from damage.
For a discussion of the politics of nativism, see Delgado, Bookbag, supra note 1.
Night, cows." When I finished reading aloud and suggested that Sally Jo take the book home, she shrugged her shoulders as she carelessly stuffed it into her bookbag.
The oldest sister shoved Dorothy, strapped to her bookbag, into the sand and when she wouldn't get up and fight, kicked her.
If possible, please bring your artifact in a backpack or bookbag." Student should be prepared to talk for approximately three minutes (Gallavan, 2001).
The story of combative ex-Manhattanite Rena, who sees herself as a frontline pioneer, sits beside that of Fadi, an Arab student who commutes with his bookbag held in front of his face for fear of being disfigured by a bomb.
By her own admission, India was a "bad student,"--someone who kept wrinkled notes in her bookbag and whose locker usually looked like it should be condemned.
She writes: I remember last semester when Daniel's bookbag broke.
For a superb critique of the thesis exemplified in the Bork book, see Richard Delgado, Rodrigo's Bookbag, 50 STAN.
"They look at him as the kind of kid who always carried a bookbag. Who was forty-two years old the day he was born.
[I tell my son] when you come in the house, you hang up your coat, put up your bookbag. And if you're living with other people's kids, and they put their stuff on the floor, I mean, how can you tell your son to hang his stuff up?
As a religious I also bring to the work of education a freedom that allows me to pick up my bookbag and go where I am sent.
"What do you have there?" I asked, pointing to a bookbag she had deposited on the living room table next to the tray with our refreshments.
They often present their self-published thematic units at teacher workshops and they also are the authors of A Bookbag of the Bag Ladies' Best.
It was the talisman in my bookbag when I presented myself to Roger McHugh at University College Dublin in the mid-sixties.