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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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Preserving our shared natural heritage remains the priority so that the box trees and stunning views will continue to delight for aeons to come.
The terraces with lawns, mature cherries, magnolia and yew hedges run round to flagstone terraces that sport new clipped box trees, thickly planted mature shrubs and plants with a lower lawn flanked by a tall yew and a coniferous hedge.
NAMED after the rare box trees that grow there, Box Hill has been a green refuge for Londoners for decades.
Then we went outside and I cut the ribbon which was red and strung between two manicured box trees. These minor royals earn every penny, let me tell you.
In other parts of Germany box trees or yews were brought indoors at Christmas instead of firs.
Ornamental box trees, graceful guests, and courteous servants showed Cathy a life beyond her isolated home.
The squad is again receiving sponsorship from Box Trees Craft Centre, Hockley Heath, and Sfida Sports who are providing the team's kit.