Letter-file in a sentence

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How to use letter-file in a sentence. Letter-file pronunciation.

Kennedy said nothing, but as one of the firemen roughly but reverently covered the remains with a rubber sheet, he stooped down and withdrew from the breast of the woman a long letter-file.
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Kennedy had laid the letter-file on the table.
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She was murdered with this deadly instrument" - Craig laid the letter-file on the table - "and it was planned to throw the entire burden of suspicion on her by asserting that there was a shortage in the books of her department.
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To see a letter-file in your dreams, is significant of important news, which will cause you an irksome journey.
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Even the letter-files were ransacked.
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No objection was offered to our request to examine Mr. Morowitch's personal effects in the library, and accordingly Craig ransacked the desk and the letter-file.
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It was the correspondence under the letter 'P' that was destroyed at the office, and there is nothing in the letter-file here, either.
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The room was a complete picture of a third-rate solicitor's office; with the stained wooden cases, the letter-files so old that they had grown beards (in ecclesiastical language), the red tape dangling limp and dejected, the pasteboard boxes covered with traces of the gambols of mice, the dirty floor, the ceiling tawny with smoke.
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Examples of Letter-file

Example #1
Back in our apartment again we bathed our racking heads, gargled our parched throats, and washed out our bloodshot eyes, in silence.
Example #2
It led to a bent and blackened can-that had once been a can of ether.
Example #3
Well, thank God, we've seen the last of this firebug business.
Example #4
She was caught in a back-draught, or something of the sort.
Example #5
The person who wrote the second and third 'A. Spark' letters did it.
Example #6
I believe that Miss Wend was lured under some pretext or other to the Stacey store on the night of the big fire.