metal filing

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Noun1.metal filing - a fragment of metal rubbed off by the use of a filemetal filing - a fragment of metal rubbed off by the use of a file
filing - a fragment rubbed off by the use of a file
iron filing - a fragment of iron rubbed off by the use of a file
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The cabinet is a metal filing cabinet 525 * 535 * 1375; drawers on ball rails - 7 pcs.
For some of his hutches Moulder bolted an old metal filing cabinet to the top of the mower chassis.
There must have been about 50 big metal filing cabinets, which we had to get vans to take back to the police station.
Enacted more than four decades ago, FERPA applies neatly to a time when student records were held in manila file folders and stored in metal filing cabinets but not so much to mobile apps and Internet-based cloud services.
THE pared-back warehouse conversion look with exposed brickwork and cool metal filing cabinets is well-suited to use as a work space.
For the last 15 years, she has been in a drab metal filing cabinet in the bowels of the Smithsonian, stuck on the same stick with an older stuffed unrelated pigeon named George.
Across the road to us, the top floor of an office building, several items were thrown out of the building, there was computer screens, the computers themselves and then a metal filing cabinet was thrown out.
Hopefully, your family is like mine and isn't averse to occasional metal filing ending up in the food.
Solutions don't have to start with a clunky metal filing cabinet.
Office stationery including vintage hole punchers and dried ink pots lie discarded on the antique desks, typewritten letters fill the metal filing cabinets and copies of decades old telephone books lie open next to wooden telephone switches.
Only personnel of the Tracing Service, an arm of the International Committee of the Red Cross, have had access to the files, which fill 16 miles of gray metal filing cabinets and cardboard binders in six buildings.
The ominous and dingy antechamber designed by Cattle Mossman is a stark, grimy and windowless waiting room, furnished with two chairs and a teetering metal filing cabinet.