file in(to) (something)

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file in(to) (something)

To move or process into a place or thing in a line. After being scolded, the kids filed silently into their classroom. Quick, file in before the show starts!
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file in(to) (something)

[for a line of people] to move into something or some place. The people filed into the hall quietly. Everyone filed in quietly.
See also: file
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For sharing files in this website firstly you have to get registered on Downace and then start uploading any files and share it with anyone.
(51) In analyzing the privileges accruing to insurer claims files in first-party actions, all the districts recognize that insurers are essentially in an inherently litigious business; however, the fact that a particular industry is prone to litigation (a premise inherent in the rationale for extending a privilege) does not clothe the ordinary business records of that industry in an immutable cloak of privilege.
Safari stores its plug-in files in a possible two locations (only applicable to Apple machines).
Policyholders' lawyers insist that insurers that do not split claim files in appropriate cases breach their duties to their insureds, violate industry custom and practice, and violate state unfair claims settlement practices acts.
This article explains why insurers do not have a duty to split files in cases in which coverage is disputed.
Not only can Notepad++ search in the open file, but across all open files, or in all files in a directory.
Its video capabilities allow developers to incorporate video files in DVD-Video, Windows Media, RealMedia, QuickTime and Flash Video formats.
This is a special class of metadata to help companies use the JT files in manufacturing operations, such as creating manufacturing prints, performing inspections, and creating tooling and manufacturing setups using the 3D model itself.
The department developed huge intelligence files in that time: approximately one million records on 200,000 individuals and organizations.
Yet, even with such extensive changes, the records management rules for handling the paper-based files in our desks and cubicles now apply to files electronically created and stored.
The equally important - but more difficult - challenge is to persuade colleagues to take a similar view of the files in their PCs.
An AltaVista search can be constrained using the keyword image to search for image files in the GIF or JPEG formats.
The latest version now also plays streamed Macromedia audio files in top-notch quality.
Your users can now grab files in many more formats, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel.
QuickView, to cite another example, is a terrific add-in for File Manager that enables you to display files in about 200 formats (such as Quattro Pro for a WQ1 format file) without invoking the applications that created them.