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The report detailed such techniques as "rectal rehydration" and the use of coffin-size confinement boxes.

Research suggests that light boxes can help up to 50 percent of people who suffer from SAD.

He set about ticking the boxes required of any self-respecting plutocrat enthusiastically.

We had live chickens and I was trying to shoot them from a real-life catapult into painted green pigs in boxes.

Type is kept in wooden cases divided into boxes, one for a character.

You see, all the swells sat in their boxes and gazed right down on the dancers, who had a circular place roped off for them.

It was not until all the boxes and parcels must have arrived in the Condamine, that an agonizing thought struck Hugh.

The late Duke of Sussex had a large collection of pipes and tobacco boxes.

(p. 177) The tobacco boxes of the Seventeenth Century were much larger than those of the present.

By the adoption of scientific principles Hope-Jones has multiplied the efficiency of Swell boxes tenfold.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to boxes, such as: benches, grandstand, seats, stands, and ruthville.

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