Definition of Burlap bag
1. Noun. A bag made of burlap.
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Literary usage of Burlap bag
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1. Tariff Schedules: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of by Oscar Wilder Underwood (1913)
"The differential duty between the burlap and the burlap bag is the difference between 15 per cent ad valorem and nine-sixteenths of a cent per pound on ..."
2. The Limestone Resources and the Lime Industry in Ohio by Edward Orton, Samuel Vernon Peppel (1906)
"The paper sack is encased in a coarse burlap bag, but is made larger than the burlap bag, so the latter must carry the strain. Ground Lime. ..."
3. The History of Battery A (formerly Known as the Keystone Battery): --and by John Fulton Reynolds Scott, Logan Howard-Smith (1912)
"We furnished him with shoes, a pair of "fibre-dyed" trousers and a burlap bag; out of the latter he made a coat by simply cutting holes for his arms. ..."
4. Technical Procedure in Exporting and Importing by Morris Sigmund Rosenthal (1922)
"10^ oz. burlap bag containing 140 lbs. Heavy paper liners are used, although in some instances exporters supply double burlap bags. Sugar. ..."
5. The Never-ceasing Search by Francis Otto Schmitt (1990)
"Appropriately, someone produced a burlap bag and we started to get the dog's hind quarters into the bag. Of course, it was I who held the bag! ..."
6. Standard Algebra by William James Milne (1914)
"... and 4 cotton grain bags and 3 burlap bags hold 22 bushels, what is the capacity in bushels of a cotton grain bag ? of a burlap bag ? 14. ..."
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