Recent Examples of briefcase from the Web
Instead, a briefcase of cash greeted the championship team led by Ohio State’s Ja’Sean Tate, Purdue’s Vincent Edwards, Indiana’s Robert Johnson and Minnesota’s Nate Mason.
Markle had, by this point, already had a small part as a briefcase model in Deal or No Deal and was just a few years away from landing her breakout role as Rachel Zane on Suits.
There was no mention of the wad of money that also had been in the briefcase.
Visitors are asked to submit to a physical search of purses, backpacks, briefcases, luggage and other large bags brought into the church or chapel, as well as pass through the metal detector.
There will be a security check at the door, so the job fair manager asks that large purses or briefcases be left at home to help the entrance line move faster.
Transportation To avoid severe weather pilots used to carry 40 pound briefcases with piles of paperwork and information for their flight.
Jha told a story about a recent trip to Paris, where his briefcase was stolen.
European-style fall-front cabinets – small writing desks that folded up into a portable box, the 16th-century version of a briefcase – became popular in Japan and elsewhere in the world.
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Definition of briefcase for English Language Learners
: a flat case that is used for carrying papers or books
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