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box set

noun, Theater
1.
a boxlike stage set consisting of flats that form the back wall, side walls, and often the ceiling, painted to represent the interior of a room.
Also called, especially British, box scene.
Origin of box set
1885-1890
1885-90
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  • The box set has a wealth of essays and interviews, though no song-by-song annotation.
  • The second page is a box by box set of instructions for filling the form.
  • The legend should be a rectangular box set off from the map area by a border.

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