Side box

a box or inclosed seat on the side of a theater.
- Burril.

See also: Side

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Saw him sitting in a side box, in the second tier, between a fat lady and a lean one.
STOKE boss Nathan Jones says Bojan can make his goal-shy side box office again.
She also broke her own Premier Cricket record playing for club side Box Hill, plundering 244 runs off 145 deliveries, Cricket Australia reported.
Neal pushed a dangerous Jennings free kick wide after Grant was clipped by Carl Piergianni on the edge of the box, Wrexham throwing the ball into the home side box in the final few minutes, but to no avail.
Each entry contains a brief outline of the main beliefs about the beast, with illustrations that draw on the classical source materials, and a side box that discusses the appearance of that beast in modern fiction and film.
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He was then known as Bob Williams, and rode a motor bike with a side box, and worked for Hugh Jones of Bryn Awel, West End Above: Picture submitted by E Morgan of Wallasey showing students at Lleweni Hall Dairy School, from the late 19th or early 20th century.
The Baroque trumpets, seated in a side box, occasionally went their own way in tuning, as Baroque trumpets will.
A real show-stopper was an off-white tweed pocket empire jacket over a crimson peasant skirt with side box pleats.