- v. intransitive To enter in single file.
- v. enter by marching in a file
“Let me give an example that is on file in the Consumer Affairs Division of the Law and Public Safety Department of the State of New Jersey: Mrs. Brown which is not her real name ordered four denim-blue matching sectional pieces of furniture—two sofas and two loveseats—from a suburban branch of one of the largest department stores in the country.”
“For Japanese radio orders directing warships to standby locations, see the Special Research Navy SRN file in RG 457, and the Daily Chronology of Station H, dated Nov. 15–30, 1941 in RG 38, MMRB, at Archives II.”
“Fester's smile had faded and as if to reassert his authority in his own domain he wheeled himself behind his desk and picked up a slim gold pen which had been lying on the open file in front of him.”
“Otaktay insisted that those in this party at least mount their horses facing east and then walk them single file in a circle before riding out against the wagon.”
“Unless, of course, some skilled dialectologist in the KGB concocted the file in order to place Hanssen in our hands as a grand dangle, but that is what spookspeak calls sickthink .”
“As soon as I had the file in hand it would smother any new upwellings I might have.”
“Lt.Col. Lucas Quade didn't glance up from the file in front of him, the subtle put-down not lost on Daniel.”
““Antonova,” reads the woman from a file in her hand, and our eyes all turn to Anya Antonova, a girl with a red braid down her back who gets up and obediently follows the woman into a vast room behind the door.”
“One of the newcomers, a white-whiskered file in steel spectacles, dropped to his knee beside us and seized Annette by the arm.”
“I returned home and remembered thinking that my nature would normally have been to riffle through every drawer and file in the house again, bound and determined to find our copies of those documents.”
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