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box

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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CLEVELAND: Two box trees were stolen from outside a grocer's in Eston High Street at 4.
And in the middle of that greenery stands a stylish little pub amid clipped box trees, pergolas, a scattering of smart tables and chairs outside catching the last of the sunshine.
At the top of the garden a spiral path, hedged by box trees leads you up to a master yew - a magnificent mushroom-shaped tree which represents the garden's reflection of the Sermon on the Mount and the multitude around.
This situation is typical throughout the broad arc of woodlands dominated by ironbarks and box trees, which characterise much of the wheat-sheep belt of Victoria, New South Wales and parts of southern Queensland.
Box Trees An impressive Solihull home - the result of one couple's hard work Pages 4-5 Wales' best-kept secret John Madin's holiday development in Aberdovey Pages 6-7 Let's move to.
Solihull based DogwatchUK is finalising plans for its fun dog show at Box Trees Craft Centre, on the A34, Hockley Heath.