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a flexible, sliding cover for the working area of a desk, opening by rising upward and back in quadrantal grooves and rolling up beneath the top.
. a desk with such a cover.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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He slid back the
, and ran a rapid eye over the neatly filed papers.
The cookies came in a blue bag that had a
with tabs on the side to hold it closed once rolled up.
There is an old
desk that still sits in the downstairs hallway of the courthouse.
membrane into position to check for proper overlap and alignment.
sheet toward splice area until the cemented area is nearly touching cement on bottom sheet along entire length of splice.
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