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adjective as in in a container

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Pfizer said that it is able to manufacture and distribute its vaccine from several locations in the US and Europe and will use special ultra-cold shipping boxes tracked by GPS devices, since its product needs to be kept at a temperature of -70 °C.

He began working that day, grabbing boxes of packaged sour candies as they whipped down an assembly line and stacking them onto wooden pallets.

There is no shortage of startups shipping personalized boxes of goods—razors, clothes, meals, you name it—to consumers.

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An integrated pharmacy removes one of the few gaps in Amazon’s offerings compared with major big box and grocery rivals, some of whom have long filled shoppers’ prescriptions in the same stores where they sold flat-screen televisions or cans of soup.

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FrontRunner’s Wolf Pack cargo boxes stack together to make efficient use of limited space.

The expanded song list on the new boxed set reveals there was considerably more going on.

But better and better wines are becoming available in boxed form.

From a quality perspective, all boxed wines are not created equal.

Last year, boxed wines represented one of only two categories growing in domestic consumption.

He was finally boxed in by his own ill-conceived red line until Putin offered him a way out.

So also is a rule requiring glass to be boxed though the distance may be short for carrying it.

Save the cashier at her boxed-in desk and money drawer, she was the only woman in that room full of officers.

Here the rubber markets are located and here the rubber is carefully examined, graded, boxed and shipped to New York or Liverpool.

Not I. I can only write if I'm boxed up in my funny little square, with the ash-trees weeping away in the middle.

Once, boxed up with him in the closed car (it was March and the wind was cold over the Heath), she surprised him with a question.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to boxed, such as: null, crated, and spared.

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