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1. A set of related items, such as books in a series, that are packaged in an often decorative box and sold as one unit.
2. A stage set with a ceiling and three walls.
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a collection of items of the same type, packaged together for sale in a presentation box
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A stage scene that is made up of enclosing walls, like a room.
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