|bag and baggage
||everything you own, all of one's possessions
||The next day, he moved into her apartment - bag and baggage.
||a lady who looks for food and bottles in the streets
||Behind the restaurant, a bag lady was digging in the garbage cans.
|bag of tricks
||skills, methods, plans; devices to entertain
||You need a large bag of tricks to teach the Grade 8 class.
|bag some rays
||sit or lie in the sunshine, have a sun bath
||While you're swimming, I'm going to bag some rays.
||(See get bageled)
||nonsense, it is not true
||Bah! There is no tooth fairy!
|bail me out
||help me solve a problem, pay to get me out of jail
||If they arrest me, will you bail me out - pay the bail money?
||quit, leave a project, resign
||Tom bailed out when Lan became Project Manager.
|balance of power
||(See the balance of power)
||"Please switch off the talk show. It's just balderdash."