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  • s  being or having leaves that can be easily removed or rearranged
    a looseleaf notebook

  • At that point the effort consisted of 58 pages, handwritten on looseleaf paper and kept in a red folder marked "Parent Handbook" that Bolton's seven-year-old daughter had brought .
  • Teng asked, pointing to the thick looseleaf briefing books that Kissinger had brought to the conference table.
  • In a blue-bound, looseleaf "Memo for Company Instruction," the German High Command announced that every German family must average four children.

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