cereal box


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Noun1.cereal box - a paper box in which breakfast cereals are soldcereal box - a paper box in which breakfast cereals are sold
box - a (usually rectangular) container; may have a lid; "he rummaged through a box of spare parts"
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have teamed up to create collectible Super Mario Odyssey box art as well as a Super Mario Cereal box that functions as an amiibo accessory.
The racist cereal box was called out by Marvel comic writer, Saladin Ahmed, who noticed the lone "brown corn pop" was depicted as a janitor.
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Neli's two wins came in the Decorated Cereal Box and Lavender Bag classes.
CASCADIAN FARM HAS INTRODUCED a cereal box liner made from renewable plant sources.
I pulled a Lucky Charms cereal box out of the recycle bin, retrieved a warped yardstick from the garbage and I used toothpicks as frets
One cut a diagonal line down a cereal box and made it into storage for notebooks.
com) has made turning boxes into objects of delight a whole lot easier with a line of 100% recycled stickers that can transform a milk carton into a pig, fire truck, cow or train ($8/sticker); a tube into a baseball bat, horn, dog or bowling pin ($4-$5/sticker); an egg carton into a piano or caterpillar ($5/sticker), a cereal box into a record player ($6/sticker) and much more.
All one has to do is cut carefully around the edges of the glittering crown or tiara printed below, glue it to an old cereal box or piece of card, trim the edges and then sellotape at the back to fit one's head.
The presence of a popular-media character on a cereal box can directly affect a child's taste preference, according to a report in the March issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.
After they pour milk over the cereal, Americans across the country slump down at their breakfast table and stare at their cereal box as their eyes adjust to the bright light of a new morning.
The TV ad, which former Birdwatch presenter Bill Oddie provides the voiceover for, is set inside a cereal box, and features an animated country scene pictured through binocular vision.