Luggage

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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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GNER spokesman, David Mallender said: "A left luggage locker was taken away from Newcastle Central Station after the terrorist attacks on September 11.
I arrived at my train on time but had forgotten to pick up my suitcase from left luggage.
In the arrivals hall at Level 0, there will be a left luggage service, incorporating baggage shipping and parcel delivery.
In the minds of supporters, the mediocrity of Liverpool's league form was deposited in the left luggage room at Lime Street.
Two of the first rules of betting should be to view the battle in the long term and not to chase your losses, but where the festival is concerned those rules seem to be for calmer heads than mine and are usually checked in at the left luggage office on arrival.
Ataturk International Airport is spacious and efficient with the full range of services , including, shops, cafes, restaurants, currency exchange and banking offices, baggage check, left luggage as well as an airport hotel.
Also, while right can mean "not left" or "not wrong", left can mean "not right" or "not taken" (as in "left luggage", a sign at any UK airport).
"Since then several of us have called First Great Western's left luggage department, checked eBay and all sorts, but we've had no luck finding it."
"Around 7,000- 8,000 were handed in to left luggage by spectators, who were able to use them en route to the course and pick them up immediately afterwards.
Guests should also be aware that they can't ring reception from their room and that the hotel does not operate a left luggage service.
"They travel on trains within the network, keeping an eye out for anything suspicious, including left luggage and packages that have been left unattended"Station staff have been briefed to carry out regular checks at photo booths and alcoves where possible packages could be left.