boombox


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boombox

(ˈbuːmˌbɒks)
n
esp informal US a large portable radio and CD player
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Summary: Mumbai, Maharashtra [India], August 21 (ANI): Chtrbox, Indian influencer marketing company, today announced the launch of Boombox, a new discovery tool to shortlist celebrities and influencers.
There's also a BoomBox speaker and a 3.5mm audio jack on the phone.
Halesowen Leisure Centre has a range of fun swimming sessions including a new Boombox inflatable aqua run and fun float sessions.
Aldi is one of the retailers that's had its 'Boombox' for sale at [pounds sterling]29.99 - and can make your very own mixtape too, with the built-in recording function able to record straight from the radio.
Attractions on the day will be the outdoor boombox stereo stage, a gin and cocktail bar, an artisan foodtruck, an ice cream vendor, Chinese noodle bar, a glitz and glamour artist, face painters and more.
An Aberdeen electricity substation has been transformed into a giant, colourful boombox after the local community collaborated with an international artist.
Carson, described as a talented and keen musician, was carried into the church in a casket designed to look like a boombox music player.
In a recent conversation with Don Glidewell, CEO of Think Anew, a Mississippi technology firm based in Madison, I learned about a new technology product called BOOMBOX that was instrumental in helping a Think Anew client get back up to speed following the storm.
Prizes that are up for grabs includes, the newly launched JBL Pary Box 300, JBL Boombox, a 5-Night Genting Dream Cruise to Singapore for Two, and a brand-new orange MINI Cooper 3-Door Hatch.
STRONG LINEUP FOR BOOMBOX Mr Hercules & Love Affair himself, Andy Butler, is making a long-overdue return to Belfast tonight, headlining HOtel MOtel at Boombox.
The phone features LG's most advanced audio capabilities, including the 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC, Boombox Speaker and DTS:X 3D Surround Sound.