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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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Boxie's goal was to approach people around the MIT campus and get them to answer interview questions on camera for a documentary.
Natalie Reusch adopted Boxie, a short, muscular Boxer/Dachshund-mix, from a shelter in Southern California where she lives with her husband, Dave.
Paula Boxie of Miami University describes significant change in K-12 student use of technology, university faculty use of technology, and how student teachers interact with the K-12 students.
It was disappointing she could not maintain an early advantage when beaten into third behind Boxie last time, but she then went to Yarmouth and moved really well in a sprint trial which may just have had the effect of freshening her up.
Arranging and coordinating practicum experiences for teacher candidates, who must juggle course requirements and travel time to the practicum sites, may therefore pose a challenge (Boxie and Mating 2001).