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portfolio
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Put it into my portfolio.
  • You had your portfolio with you, then?

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  • Now, how could a sailor find room in his pocket for a portfolio large enough to contain an official letter?
  • Then it was not till your return to the ship that you put the letter in the portfolio?
  • A moment afterwards Julie saw him go up-stairs carrying two or three heavy ledgers, a portfolio, and a bag of money.
  • Morrel examined the ledgers, opened the portfolio, and counted the money.
  • The count’s sad face was illumined by a faint smile, as he noticed the portfolio which the receiver-general held in his hand.
  • M. de Boville said nothing, but nodded his head, and took up the portfolio.
  • The young girl to whom this question was addressed drew from an inlaid secretary a small portfolio with a lock, in which she counted twenty-three bank-notes.
  • The other day a banker’s clerk brought him fifty thousand francs in a portfolio about the size of your plate; yesterday his banker brought him a hundred thousand francs in gold."

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as in: a leather portfolio Define
a large, flat, thin case for carrying papers, drawings, etc.
as in: showed her creative portfolio Define
a set of pieces of creative work collected as an example of work
as in: investment portfolio Define
all the investments held by an individual or organization
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