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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of box.
- adj. Packed into a box or boxes.
- adj. In bridge and other card games if the cards in a pack are reversed face-up and face-down then the pack is said to be boxed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. enclosed in or set off by a border or box.
- adj. enclosed in a box.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. enclosed in or as if in a box
- adj. enclosed in or set off by a border or box
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Why was the tag boxed with 1968-979’s bones and not processed through proper channels?
Colby's advice is interwoven, in boxed format, throughout the book.
Slip-case designed by David Pelham for a Penguin boxed set of four 1974 Ballard reprints. by James Pardey
Dry rosé becoming acceptable, the encouraging quality gains in boxed wines and the slow move away from furniture wines (over-oaked) are all positves.
Like movie studios and music companies, comic-book publishers reissue their most popular material in "boxed sets" with a little extra material and a much bigger price.
But, of course, a strong leader, a real leader, would have kept Saddam Hussein boxed in.
-- A scene composed of a rear drop and matching wings, and not "boxed" -- that is, not completely enclosed.
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Choose and/or showcase more items that one would consider gifts (by pricepoint, item category, etc.) as well as smaller items that ship in boxed packages that aren’t necessarily holiday in theme so if they don’t sell out over the holiday, they can be carried into the New Year.
Has McCain boxed Obama in on this issue — because if he does actually go to Iraq, will it look like McCain’s idea?