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legal pad

n.
A pad of ruled, usually yellow writing paper that measures 8.5 by 14 inches.
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le′gal pad′


n.
a ruled writing tablet, usu. of yellow, legal-size paper.
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Writing on a yellow legal pad in a police holding cell, (http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/180430/20110714/brooklyn-boy-found-brooklyn-boy-found-dead-brooklyn-boy-murdered-brooklyn-boy-killed-levi-aron-levi.htm) Levi Aron told the world how he killed Leiby Kletzky.
She used a marking pen and legal pad to ask them questions during the pretrial hearing.
One night when the poem grew stubborn and the smoke from a half-dozen cigarettes would not coax it out, I grabbed a legal pad and some pens and I took it outside.
Lay out the legal pad, draw the line down the middle, and line up the pros and cons.
Products include a passport folio that snaps closed for security, a document case, a zipper pad holder with a legal pad secured with an elastic strap, an executive folio designed as an upscale mini-briefcase and a trifold "padfolio" with a multifunction calculator.
CaseMap replaces the legal pad, word-processed chronologies, and many other documents you may currently create for each case.
Fitzpatrick writes a tidy schedule on a legal pad. To reach the kind of numbers they want, they have to average finding a bird about every 7 minutes, and some stops are allotted only 30 seconds.
To be sure, government should take care that contractors are not ripping the taxpayer off--that the Pentagon or General Services Administration isn't paying hundreds of dollars for a legal pad. IGs play an important role in uncovering the costly abuses which can undermine the public's faith in government.
I don't know how you work - a legal pad, a typewriter; heck, for all I know, you scratch your little stories in the dust with a stick - but from now on, you'll be using this, the Ingersol M-11 lap-top computer.
So Carney offered his legal pad to Bulger, and Bulger wrote a note that Carney hand-delivered to Greig at the detention center in Rhode Island where she was serving time for helping Bulger evade authorities, according to The Boston Globe.
He sits in his room day and night, writing by hand on a legal pad because it's more dramatic to throw rumpled paper on the floor than to hit the delete button on a laptop.
Thus left to reach for formal comparisons, one might think of Alex Hay's late-'60s sculptures and trompe l'oeil paintings, which possess a whimsical humor and willingly revel in the surfaces of commercial products--receipts, perhaps; flatware, or a yellow legal pad. Yet McBride's works pale in comparison to Hay's; they seem mere illustrations.