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  • n. Plural form of glovebox.


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  • Valet attendants who can be reliably counted on to scrounge around gloveboxes for loose change while burning an eighth of an inch of rubber off of high end Pirellis and cheap Chinese retreads with total egalitarianism.

    Will Durst: DC Prius Minivan

  • "They wanted us to keep them in our gloveboxes and only use them when apprehending violators."

    Riding for the Brand

  • There's also plenty of small-item storage inside in the Sienna's console, twin gloveboxes, map and side pockets, and available cargo organizer. - News

  • DMP won three subcontracts for the fabrication of gloveboxes, which are specialized radiological containments for handling and processing nuclear material.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • Yeah yeah, it's got power liftgates, rearview cameras, a touch-screen nav system, massive gloveboxes / laptop bins / door storage compartments, and a MultiFlex sliding rear seat.

    The Car Connection

  • (20 December 2007) - by Damien Brachet Sleevebags, shoulderpacks, gloveboxes-for those swell gals with deep pockets, Hoiming takes Russian cab driver jackets and hand beats them to the softest pulp, repurposing them as handbags ....

    Cool Hunting

  • Interior storage is abundant throughout the cabin with deep door pockets, a cavernous center armrest bin, twin gloveboxes and smaller center console trays.


  • Such reservations aside we're all suckers for lists these days and Hidden Treasures is a useful vade mecum, for both armchairs and gloveboxes. news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph

  • It has two gloveboxes, as opposed to the Spark's one, and the center stack has some subtle differences.


  • Items had been thrown about the vehicles and gloveboxes and consoles were opened.

    Salem News


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