Recent Examples of manila from the Web
Long before Trump declared his candidacy, the billionaire was reading Breitbart articles flagged by Bannon and then printed out on paper (Trump’s preferred medium for reading) and delivered to him in manila folders by his staff.
The day after Trump fired FBI Director James B. Comey, an impromptu gathering outside the White House attracted office workers who held aloft signs made with manila envelopes and other office supplies.
Next to her, a table covered in black cloth was piled with stacks of manila folders—hilariously spoofed that week on Saturday Night Live as a portable pile of plastic prop folders.
Hospice kept two kinds on their clients, black three-ring binders for the living and manila folders for the expired.
Dob Cunningham opens a manila folder full of photographs taken on his Maverick County ranch, which features mesquite bushes and prickly pear cactuses on 100-foot hills overlooking the Rio Grande.
One of the most common ways to cook manila clams is to simply steam them.
That status was cemented on Tuesday when the former New York Police Department officer hand-delivered a letter from the President firing FBI director James Comey, entering the FBI headquarters with a manila folder and leaving without it.
A handful of theories might explain the manila folder.
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: made of strong, light brown paper
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