coinbox


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coinbox

[ˈkɔɪnbɒks] N (Telec) → depósito m de monedas
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74: Call from woman in coinbox who said "I've left my baby outside your offices, all its clothes are at Birchfield Hotel.
Raider then smashed pay phone and stole money from coinbox.
Again two men wearing hoodies were seen forcing open the coinbox using a crowbar.
But the only time he has been back to Britain in the last 50 years was in 1969 when he visited a Birmingham in the grip of a "carnival" atmosphere, where barrow boys still worked in the city centre, and an unexploded Second World War bomb lay in the middle of the Bullring and was used as a coinbox.
And the bad news for private coinbox users is that it will cost anything up to pounds 600 to have the new Euro friendly box installed.
We have a large family and the reason we got a coinbox into the house was to keep an eye on the bill.
An example is the CoinBox program we discussed earlier.
The COSD for the CoinBox in Figure 5 consists of two AOSD's for its two state dependent data members.
One of the saddest was made on May 4, 1974: Call from woman in coinbox who said: "I've left my baby outside your offices, all its clothes at Birchfield Hotel.
And during the burglary, at Alice Street, South Shields, a laptop, mountain bike, watch, perfume and coinbox were stolen.
Around midnight she rang a friend from a coinbox, and as she spoke a car pulled up and offered her a lift.