He is carrying the briefcase as he enters the room, so still even in walking that he does not disturb the air around him.
A former fellow student says he would clutch the briefcase as if it gave him some kind of comfort.
I settle for a sweater and jacket and throw a tie in my briefcase just in case it turns out to be the prom.
He opens the briefcase to reveal hundreds of well-thumbed sheets of paper filled with typewritten words.
That briefcase had his iPod, his press badge, his digital recorder, and some Russian homework.
One of the men opened a briefcase and removed a large, dully gleaming band.
He let the half-question hang in the air as he took a sheaf of papers from his briefcase.
She came last, carrying her briefcase full of important school papers.
Joshua Lake entered the office with his hat in one hand and a briefcase in the other.
At the far end, Reinhart and Dixon watched uneasily as the big Pole removed papers from his briefcase and carefully examined them.
A Win95/WinNT utility for keeping files on two computers without permanent connection in sync.
The scenario briefcase was designed for is the combination of an office computer and a portable one. You connect the two before leaving your office, create a briefcase on the portable (if you don't already have one on it), then copy the files you want to work on while away into the briefcase. You can at this point disconnect the two computers, take the portable with you and work on the files in the briefcase at home or on the road. When you get back to your office the briefcase utility can automatically update the files you changed on the office computer.