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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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15a-c) has boxlike poles with a slightly expanded equatorial region.
So I was unprepared for the boxlike structure that we found on the edge of a retail and business park.
Academics are desperate to examine the contents of the sarcophagus after a radar scan, which was approved by the parochial church council and the diocesan council, indicated the presence of three boxlike shapes.
Wavy Top (b), on the other hand, tends to produce paraphs that are more regular in shape, with a boxlike appearance.
Mmodern houses are criticised for their boxlike appearance, inside and out.
Designed by Capt: Ole Krag and Erik Jorgensen, the director and head engineer of the Norwegian state arsenal, Kongsberg Vapenfabrikk, the Krag-Jorgensen's most distinguishing features was a boxlike receiver with the magazine, placed horizontally under the bolt, that was loaded manually through a hinged gate on the right side and bolt with a single, frontal locking lug.
All of them had families of one sort or another and no matter how loving or well-intentioned, there had been times that family life had felt as confined and boxlike as a stage set.
Among the prominent objects from her Maryland home now displayed in the Katherine Anne Porter Room at the University of Maryland's Hornbake Library are two large, boxlike items.
About the same time, Robert Hooke saw tiny boxlike structures, compartmentation, on a microscope scale, which he described as cells.
Given the boxlike configuration of the fused sacrum and pelvis, multiple fractures with more than three bones involved are the norm rather than the exception.
Look for the dark bay known as the Fish's Mouth--it bites deeply into the boxlike mass from the north, right up to the Trapezium.
Art critics cite Sarkisian for freeing video from the conventions of the boxlike television monitor.