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a case with a handle

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It is well written and well structured, with brief case studies, thoughtful considerations of key issues, and questions to force readers to confront their own reasons for doing what they do: "How many hours a week are you working?
With its glossy illustrations and brief case studies, this book is, like the churches, synagogues and mosques it features, certainly easy on the eye.
Toshiba offers a stylish aluminum brief case specially designed by ZeroHalliburton to fit any Qosmio computer (regardless of screen size).
He was punched and his brief case containing pounds 800 and work-related stationery was snatched.
You go through all the effort just to unfold a brief case and sit at a table.
In reference to timing, a brief case study: A resident camp chose to create a new, modernized, and more strategically appropriate camp logo.
The following brief case reports are used as examples:
the Pelle Studio Sandoken Top Rod Brief Case ($200).
Congratulations to James Sellner from the Iowa Chapter, who won the PROQUIP weatherwear outfit; William Berry of the Rochester Chapter, who won the leather TEI monogramed brief case at the hospitality table business card drawing; and the rest of the drawing winners.
Helena Gruber, 31, hid the drugs, with an estimated street value of 120 million yen, in a double-bottomed brief case when she arrived at the airport July 10, according to the officials.
However, a brief case containing the names and telephone numbers of 20 high-ranking RUC officers in Belfast was missing.
The other notebook (smaller) is carried in the athletic director's brief case.
JBA, a supplier of enterprise management software to the food and beverage industry, have published a brief case guide for senior executives to help them meet the increasing challenges concerning Quality Management (QM), which comprehensively examines all aspects of this crucial area for survival in the food and beverage industry.
Clear explanations and brief case examples guide readers to create risk-bearing networks that operate as the backone of integrated delivery systems.
I still felt like one of those white-fleeced lambs, While you carried a leather brief case, Which you cracked open in the street So we could draw cheek to cheek and see ourselves In the heart-shaped mirror you kept there.
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