cigar box

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Noun1.cigar box - a box for holding cigarscigar box - a box for holding cigars    
box - a (usually rectangular) container; may have a lid; "he rummaged through a box of spare parts"
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Beside this appeared a figure of Columbia, copied from the top of the cigar box that held the crayons.
DeVillers and Alaniz, 56, clearly enjoy playing off each other's freewheeling conversation, as they sit in their cluttered living room, much of it taken up with a dozen or more of his precious cigar box guitars - some home-built and some acquired - leaning here and there against walls and furniture or lined up along the back of a couch.
A SWEDISH businessman was today unveiled as the buyer of a cigar box that once belonged to the ill-fated captain of the Titanic.
Bo Didley based his guitar on a cigar box, while Brian May built his famous Red Special from the remnants of a 16th-century fireplace.
Circus Artist Jim Miller is showing off his skills in the first floor gallery; Visitor Helen Cross tries out cigar box juggling; Sixteen-month-old Kendra Cross with a juggling club; right, five-year-old Dylan Bocking spins plates; Six-year-old Oscar Bocking spins a plate on his finger
She sent me one comb, a pair of clippers and a pair of shears in an old cigar box.
The owner has also left a number of personal items to the Yale Centre for British art in the United States, including a cigar box into which was set a horseshoe worn by Mill Reef while the colt was winning the 1971 Derby.
WE held the sale of the Titanic Captain's cigar box (pictured) last week.
The famous (for its architecture as well wine) Marques de Riscal does an amazing Reserva that is big and complex but certainly shows off that cigar box spice that is the signature of a nice Rioja.
award (Politician Is Sexually Honest) is winging its way to Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, who spouted forth the kind of comments that would make Bill Clinton hyperventilate into his cigar box.
These objects include a pair of wooden bookends given to him by Oxford University, a cigar box into which was set a horseshoe worn by his great stallion Mill Reef while the colt was winning the 1971 Epsom Derby and "the two emblazoned Clare College Boat Club oars won by me at Cambridge".
Relatives of Helen passed the cigar box onto Mrs Mee's dad, who is now in his eighties.