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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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Tacita Dean's moving installation of a wooden table and chair with a boxful of small black-and-white prints of photographs she took 20 years ago in Prague is as much about the aftermath of the Velvet Revolution as it is about the obsolescence of film.
Aila was inundated with flowers from the funeral as well as a boxful of cards and letters from wellwishers including politicians such as Arfon AM Alun Ffred Jones.
The artist herself once collected a boxful of insects while walking through a sparsely populated building, put them in a drawer, and forgot about them.
But sometimes--say, when you've just received a giant boxful of goodness from your CSA (community supported agriculture) program--you've got no choice but to refrigerate the food or you'll lose it.
I get cleaning products by the boxful at auctions for $1.
A boxful of old ticket stubs provides the framework for this account of a father's evolution.
like a boxful of grenades at ground level beside the front door.
By the time I arrive I have a boxful of discordant pictures and sounds.
Later, when buff-bowling whiz Stanley challenges schoolroom seductress Blanche about the mysterious disappearance of the DuBois family asset, she doles out a boxful of papers from "a firm that made loans on the place.
Each boxful of chicks my folks ordered included young roosters as well as pullets.