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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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In Zambia, where a trial is under way, independent rural retailers are buying it by the boxful, to carry out to their small shops in remote villages, because it's designed to yield a profit--just as Coca-Cola does.
It was nice to catch a boxful of big trout with our colorful creations.
Clubbers, we would suggest you don't bother the courts with information you got off websites, and that you don't go into court with a boxful of coal dust as evidence a BNSF coal train "emitted" it onto the tracks beside the Columbia River.
Meanwhile, the Lebanese government is a boxful of wonders and horrors.
Find that missing whatever it is in a box of junk in your local saleroom and the only way to add the single piece to your collection is to buy the entire boxful.
Although the final tally would have been similar-a boxful in the minibar, a boxful in your belly-you would not have used a hotel service, so you wouldn't have had to pay for it.
They must pass an inspection to open the zoo again, leaving plenty of room for animal-based comedy (a depressed bear on the loose, a boxful of snakes).
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.