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LUGGAGE. Such things as are carried by a traveller, generally for his personal accommodation; baggage. In England this word is generally used in the same sense that baggage is used in the United States. See Baggage.

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Passengers must present all baggage for registration, including hand luggage and additional items carried at no extra charge in excess of the free baggage and hand-luggage allowance.
The OFW, who identified himself as Jov En Ross showed his pilfered luggage outside the police office at this airport on Facebook.
At that time, the queen purchased Globe-Trotter's luxury luggage, and she uses it to store her suits while traveling.
It's completely unfair -- it doesn't have any point," Tomi Pierucci, a co-founder and the chief executive officer of Bluesmart, told Bloomberg, suggesting further that mainstream luggage companies might have had something to do with persuading airlines to enact the ban.
Losing your luggage during transit can be a total nightmare.
3% share of the overall sales in the segment, specialist retailers dominate the luggage and leather goods market in Mexico
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Luggage Forward said it has launched its online booking engine designed for shipping bags to and from cruises.
9 December 2014 - US-based luggage delivery company Luggage Forward has acquired US-based luggage shipping company LugLess, the company said.
com)-- Altman Luggage, a leading online retailer of luggage and travel accessories, offers their expertise as an industry leader since 1920.