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the imaginary wall of a box set, separating the actors from the audience.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Rooms are plush and many have no
, revealing views of the ocean or the countryside.
of the television makes far too many of us spectators rather than participants.
Each unit sleeps up to six people and has three concrete walls, a canvas roof and a
covered by a curtain.
Three smooth walls, painted pinky-beige, the
broken only by the well-sealed window.
On both sides of the
was a nagging awkwardness.
The room had three solid walls, with the
consisting of metal bars separating it from a larger room.
People are ready to break the
of computing and put their fingers directly on the data.
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