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an enclosure within a courtroom, e.g. witness box, where the witness sits, or the press box, where the press sit, or the jury box, where the jury sits.
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The lack of water in your home is a major inconvenience, and for it to happen to a community on Boxing Day was incredibly frustrating.
The number of tax returns being submitted this year was slightly down year-on-year for Christmas Eve, but up year-on-year for Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Around 800 years ago, Boxing Day was originally a day off for servants living and working in Great Britain.
Eight years ago, then Shadow Transport Minister Stephen Hammond fumed that "by allowing the railway to close so completely on Boxing Day Labour are condemning sports fans, and families trying to celebrate the Christmas period together, to misery on our clogged up motorways".
The e-tailer will be kicking off its 'End of Year sale' on Boxing Day , but unlike its Black Friday event there won't be any daily deals.
Another popular account claims alms boxes would be placed inside churches during Advent and opened on Boxing Day for distribution to the poor.
DEC 21,22,23 - 7am- 11pm; Christmas Eve - 10am-4pm; Christmas Day - Closed; Boxing Day - Closed; New Year's Eve - Open as normal; New Year's Day - Closed
Most shops in Birmingham are opening early on Boxing Day but some, like John Lewis, will stay closed until Tuesday, December 27.
Melbourne [Australia], Dec 20 ( ANI ): England pacer Mitchell Starc has been cleared of any serious injury, but he still remains doubtful for the fourth Ashes Test against Australia, beginning at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on the Boxing Day.
uk Karl Lagerfeld Minaudiere PS93 at WYNSORS WORLD OF SHOES WYNSORS' Boxing Day sale has already begun and will run until January.