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Synonyms for in-tray

a wood or metal receptacle placed on your desk to hold your incoming material


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Newbie Jeane Freeman fits the bill and that in-tray from hell might be the one thing that tames her.
Newcastle have a huge in-tray to get through and they must also acknowledge change was a popular option among a great number of their supporters.
We voters may have just added a significant problem to the in-tray of our Chief Constable in the apparent jack-in-the-box personality of our new police commissioner, Bob Jones.
THE in-tray facing Liverpool's new manager will be vast and one of his first tasks will involve sorting out the future of those players who have spent the last year out on loan.
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There was barely room for my in-tray and folder containing much-treasured thank you letters, never mind important documents and work in progress, so I purloined a second crate.
We understand there is much of importance in Dr Fox's in-tray since he became Defence Secretary.
At the top of David Cameron's in-tray must be the war being fought by British troops in that difficult country.
By Tuesday, people have got rid of a lot of their in-tray.
They want a single point of contact for all these integrated support services to avoid the costs, glitches and misunderstandings that occur when there are too many parties and many invoices in the in-tray.
The bill to set up a regulator, which has been on parliament's in-tray for more than two years, aims at achieving more transparency, but analysts say the government proposal is too weak to improve the situation.
In such situation an SMS message is sent direct to a mobile phone and an e-mail to the in-tray.
Many people do manage to work with only an in-tray and an out-tray on their desks, but others have papers stacked on every spare surface, including the floor.
Scrambling in your in-tray, you are delighted to find that it's still in the "important reading" basket.
The in-tray exercise required candidates to produce a report indicating how they would prioritize and action correspondence relating to various tasks typical of those involved in the job they were being recruited for.