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Put that briefcase away for as long as your out of office response is turned on, and try to drive down different roads when you head into town for errands.
She would often buy thoughtful gifts for her colleagues and friends, and just before the pandemic, Pineda said, Campos gave her a briefcase for carrying papers to work.
I’m going to get up and put my shoes on and get my briefcase and go back to work.
When we were done, the grill latched closed like a briefcase—though at 60 pounds, it doesn’t exactly feel like one.
There was something smug about the way he picked up his heels, swung his briefcase.
A stocky man dodged around from behind the woman and came rapidly down the platform, neat, crisp, briefcase under his arm.
He'd probably try to get his foolish little briefcase in front of him like a shield.
Engel called "Fourteen" and got out there, briefcase tightly clutched up under his arm, its flap unbuckled.
He brought himself back with a grimace, aware that he was clutching the briefcase of tapes possessively from long habit.
We all laughed as I took half a dozen twelve-by-twelve hand sheets out of my briefcase and passed them around the table.
THE PROFESSIONAL APPROACHCHARLES LEONARD HARNESS

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