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jewel box

n.
A usually lined box or case for holding jewelry. Also called jewel case.

jew′el box`


n.
1. a small case for jewelry or other valuables.
2. a hinged plastic case for the storage of a compact disc.
[1825–35]
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jewel box

, jewel case

jewel box

jewel case n(cofanetto) portagioie m inv
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To examine and arrange these things gave Amy great satisfaction, especially the jewel cases, in which on velvet cushions reposed the ornaments which had adorned a belle forty years ago.
I wish I knew where all these pretty things would go when Aunt March dies," she said, as she slowly replaced the shining rosary and shut the jewel cases one by one.
I'll never forget how you lectured us all on causes and inferences and effects in the Bishopgate jewel case.
At the bottom of the circle, as if enclosed in a jewel case, sparkled for one instant two or three eruptive cones, like enormous dazzling gems.
Most municipal recycling programs don't accept CDs or DVDs, but some private companies do, for a small fee (Google "CD recycling"), then recycle them into plastics used in auto parts, office equipment, electrical cable insulation, jewel cases and other products.
While cardboard and paper jewel cases may be all the rage among a few record labels--Warner Music Group's U.
What makes Earthology so innovative is its employment of recycled and eco-friendly materials into nearly the entire production process, including reclaimed jewel cases collected from bins in college record stores nationwide, the highest recycled content papers on the market, nontoxic soy inks and a CD replication process that involves recycling of CD cut scraps into milk cartons.
Store your discs in their jewel cases and, like books, vertically.
The music CDs were in jewel cases with the titles and song tracks printed on ordinary paper.
The density of the marks accurately indicated the amount of radon exposure, whether or not the disks had been inside plastic jewel cases, the researchers report.