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  • The two of them pared down the stash from four four-drawer filing cabinets to one two-drawer cabinet, shredding anything extraneous.

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  • Two tiny closets and a four-drawer dresser – one drawer for each family member – provided all the storage space the family needed.

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  • The letter to Mr. Senussi was found in a steel, four-drawer filing cabinet in the intelligence chief's office in Tripoli.

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  • He also bought a four-drawer dresser that came in a box, some assembly required.

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  • I pared down a legal sized four-drawer file cabinet to a single box.

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  • A cheap desk with the wood-grain laminate starting to peel at the sides, a landline telephone in a style twenty years out of date, two four-drawer filing cabinets, and a bookshelf half-filled with folders, books, and boxes.

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  • All she had in the room was a narrow bed and a four-drawer dresser, but even so I still had to practically sit on the bed to close the door.


  • The records room of the PRS office contained rows and rows of gray metal four-drawer file cabinets that held thousands of threat suspect files, organized by case number.

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  • Her gaze strayed beyond the queen-size bed she was on to a lacquered-aluminum four-drawer chest on the wall opposite the foot of the bed.


  • Before the digital era, to achieve the same reassuringly secure purchase on my essential personal and cultural information, I would have needed to schlep around a few four-drawer filing cabinets, a small library, a typewriter, a turntable, speakers and several other superannuated appliances.

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