from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The inclosed space inside a window-casing in which the balance-weights are hung.
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There was nothing wrong with Kirby-Green's work, but he had such massive shoulders he occasionally knocked a box-frame out of plumb and caused falls.
But a flower-pot will do good service and in quiet weather a cone-shaped twist of newspaper will be excellent protection from Jack's slight attacks; while a small box-frame with a bit of glass across the top can be left on both night and day in heavy weather.
Wearing a pair of black box-frame glasses and coulda-been-lame-but-wasn't yellow sweater-vest, Charles was looking like a version of Rivers Cuomo on Prozac and speed, and twirling his microphone around as if he just couldn't keep still.
Oh, and by the way, the Windsor building (built like WTC7 in box-frame style but much higher than WTC7) never collapsed "on its own" so you make a good point when you mention they knocked it down later.
Mike: 'the Windsor building (built like WTC7 in box-frame style but much higher than WTC7) never collapsed "on its own"'
The latter was built around a central box-frame structure split at the rear to accommodate a
There are three satellite dishes on the roof and a box-frame mattress leaning against one side of the house.