Manila envelope


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Manila envelope

n
a large, usually brown, envelope, designed to carry documents without them having to be folded
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She nudged them along her nose, cleared her throat, and spilled the contents of a manila envelope out across the shiny surface.
With the sun beaming through the Velux window, the light shone on a faded Manila envelope.
An unassuming woman in a black puffer jacket held a plain manila envelope containing a single sheet of paper as she slipped past camped-out reporters.
The Indian commander's aide opened a black leather briefcase and took out a brown manila envelope,' the report stated.
A decade ago when Apple co-founder Steve Jobs first introduced the Air by pulling it out of a manila envelope, he redefined the design of portable computers.
An earlier FBI statement said the other packages consisted of a manila envelope with a bubble-wrap interior containing "potentially destructive devices." Each bore a computer-printed address label and six "Forever" postage stamps.
This meant that a story would have to be printed, along with a cover letter, inserted into a 9 x 12 manila envelope along with a SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope) and mailed to the actual physical address of the magazine.
Find one in the original manila envelope, and it adds more to the value.
In a manila envelope in the top drawer of her dresser, my mother kept a Scottish Grenadiers' cap with a red checkered band and ribbons falling from its back.
Afterward, he was handed a manila envelope containing intelligence he had been asking for since November 2000.
After the safe was delivered to Mayfield's home he had it opened to find a few dozen unused hotel receipt books and a large old manila envelope. Hand-written on the envelope was "Tom Mix" and inside were four heavy 9 3/4" x 7 1/2" negatives, three of which were photographs of a man, and another of some sort of document.
He yanks off the little metal clasp on the back of Twill's letter-sized manila envelope, saving him 21 cents in postage, then tapes it shut for him.