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  • If any player opened their briefcase, the paper would turn black when developed.
  • He is then led to a house where he is given a red briefcase.
  • They called police, who also discovered another briefcase full of money in the woods.
  • They are all killed, with one also having his hand cut off, and his briefcase taken.
  • It is difficult to carry this much money without a briefcase and some physical security.
  • Although the elections passed without the briefcase being opened, its presence attracted constant attention.
  • Then, and only then, is another briefcase that looks like his allowed to be created.
  • He then took his briefcase and walked out of the conference.
  • She gives her father's black steel briefcase over to him.
  • Although the elections went by without the briefcase ever being opened, its presence secured constant attention.
  • The two of them were given a briefcase, as was the group of four.
  • She offers to stay for more money and he shows her a briefcase full of cash.
  • In the final section, the briefcase is given to an unknown group trying to open it.
  • Then he looked at the briefcase the other man opened. Cited from Space Tug, by Murray Leinster
  • Their match at Hard Justice would be with the briefcase on the line.
  • After a short discussion, the professor and his assistant leave the lake, leaving a briefcase behind.
  • He does not make it all the way across and drops the briefcase.
  • An hour earlier he had written the suicide note (right) found in his briefcase.
  • So the team clear out the zone and find the briefcase.
  • His briefcase featured in many episodes, as he would often open it to produce a solution to various problems.
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Words starting with briefcase

Meaning of briefcase

  • noun A case with a handle; for carrying papers or files or books