Show box

a box xontaining some object of curiosity carried round as a show.

See also: Show

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The 40-year-old broadcaster is busy filming the new season of her Virgin Media film show Box Office and she revealed she's enlisted her Welsh beau to help out when she's on camera.
* Tickets are $7 at the door, $4 online, $2 for Seniors 65+ with a valid ID at the show box office.
Children aged 15 and under get free admission but you must request free child tickets at the show box office to gain entry.
If you teach middle or high school students, you may have resources available to be able (such as a school darkroom or local photographer) to process photo paper for show box pinhole cameras!
Children 15 and under get in free, request free child tickets at show box office to gain entry.
'Johnvic forego his show box to concentrate on volleyball, he has shown leadership and handwork,' said Acaylar of the former St.
The authors carefully recount Roth's process including her use of "storyboards, visual research, and inspirational items collected in a show box." They also discuss her successful use of vintage garments sometimes by themselves and sometimes in combination with garments made-to-order in the costume shops she frequents.
The final field is YrWhere: Year(dtSale), with the Criteria set to 2015, the Total set to Where, and the Show box unchecked so the field does not appear in the query results.
working who "It makes more sense to live in this beautiful place on the water than in a show box in London.
"Wonder Books: Engendering Fantasy in Hawthorne's 'Paradise of Children' and Tappan's 'Magician's Show Box'," Derek Pacheco,
Subscribers can also avail themselves of free HD Zapper box or get 50% off on HD DVR Show box Admin Fee for Premier Plus HD package with installation and free dish accessories.