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More than eight years ago, homeless men and women set up tents and bedrolls in an empty lot near downtown Sacramento to challenge the city’s ordinance against camping outdoors for more than a day at a time.
To help, Liu and a team of five classmates recently raised $17,000 to manufacture 250 bedrolls and send them to resettlement areas in northwest Syria.
Families are camped out everywhere, their bedrolls, blankets, water jugs and round steel food tins clogging the hallways.
The cars towed trailers laden with canvas tents, surplus stoves, cinched bedrolls, and the like.
Mack hikes down from the mountain with three main packs: fishing gear, camping gear (bedroll, coffee pot, skillet, saw, ax, etc) and clothing.
In the classrooms the desks had been pushed to the walls and the floors heaped with clothing, bedrolls, teapots, buckets.
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BEDROLL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bedroll for English Language Learners
: bedding materials that are rolled together so that they can be carried from one place to another
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