Recent Examples of briefcase from the Web
Gone are the days of messy piles of loose-leaf paper clogging your backpack or briefcase.
There, a visitor will find personal items like his briefcases and calendars, childhood photographs, and a full-scale model of his Robben Island cell built of glass.
There was a Vegas-y feeling in the air—the locked briefcases full of cash, the sheen of sweat on upper lips, the rush of a lot of money being moved around quickly all contributed to a shared sense of anticipation and precarious high spirits.
Hollins is renowned not only for his backpack but for occasionally carrying a briefcase.
One even showed off a unique accessory — a pair of handcuffs that connected her wrist to the silver briefcase containing the top-secret ballots.
Black limousines pulled up at the inner gate, drivers opened the back doors, and dark-suited men with briefcases strode through the security station, past the Lenin statue and into the building.
All bags brought into Legion Field must be clear, which means no diaper bags, backpacks, briefcases or large purses are allowed.
There are strategic drug busts and then there are cases in which maintenance workers at a local resort find a briefcase full of pot in a parking lot and turn it over to police.
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