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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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My 15-year-old granddaughter was my guest too and I caught sight of her moving quickly around the boxful of 30 people before grabbing my sleeve and pulling me into whispering positioning.
He would buy a boxful of glasses because there were three pieces he thought were interesting and he would sell the rest.
uplifting kids animals 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).
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.
The main defendant in the recent case was Rusty Anchor Seafood of Key West, which pleaded guilty in April to a boxful of federal conspiracy charges involving illegal purchase, sale and transport offish and lobster.
But the boxful of medication she is holding is the only thing that keeps her healthy and she has spent somuch time in hospital she has lost count.
Winning full caps with England takes a lot more than promise, and it would be easier to gain a boxful of tassled headwear with Scotland.
Then, the boy brought me boxes of them, first all the prints of Rembrandt, then all his drawings, then the Raphaels, the best and grandest--they always brought out at least one boxful at a time.
Spending time amid an array of computers and a boxful of sweets, Tulsi, says he would like to give a treat to his friends now.
I got my first boxful the other day and it was a joy to behold.