Recent Examples of duffel from the Web
Officers reviewed surveillance video of the incident, which showed an unknown male carrying a duffel bag from the truck and leaving in his vehicle.
As a result, many cannabis businesses become an all-cash enterprises, with stories abounding of business people hauling duffel bags filled with cash, making them targets for robberies.
Here, according to the criminal complaint, is how the terror attack unfolded at the airport: At 8:52 a.m., Ftouhi entered the first level of the airport carrying a red duffel and dark satchel.
While an Aurora homeowner was out, strangers broke his window, entered his house, drank his beer and started packing valuables into one of his duffel bags, the resident said Monday.
A pair of especially stylish sunglasses or a better-than-average duffel bag would even be fine.
On the day of the shootout, detectives recovered a 9-mm semiautomatic rifle from a duffel bag belonging to Erb inside a Pizza Boli's restaurant on Merritt Avenue in Dundalk, county police spokeswoman Elise Armacost said.
During the pursuit, someone tossed a duffel bag containing a semiautomatic handgun, a firearm magazine, ammunition, a black bandana, a black ski hat, black gloves and cash out of the car.
Try not to get burned: Mandy Berman delivers a duffel full of drama and DEET in her debut, Perennials (Random House).
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Origin and Etymology of duffel
Dutch duffel, from Duffel, Belgium
First Known Use: 1677See Words from the same year
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