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Free box

A bank vault or other suitable storage place for the securities of a firm's customer.

Free Box

An area in a brokerage where security certificates are stored, especially when the securities are completely owned by clients and are not being used as collateral on a margin account. See also: Safety Deposit Box.

free box

The site in brokerage firms where securities that are fully owned by customers are located. Securities in the free box are free of encumbrances. Compare open box.
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According to a source, the 53-year-old handed out free boxes of Crowe's Tea to fans while he was touring with his band Indoor Garden Party.
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PLEASANT REPRIEVE: Motorists and gas station attendants are pleased with the lifting of the ban on the handing out of free boxes of tissues and bottles of water.
The organization, Soul Food Cafe Mission, was providing free boxes of food staples to about 1,000 area people, in addition to a continental breakfast, hot lunch, church service, clothing and toiletries every Tuesday at a church gymnasium.
Bosses are offering 10 free boxes of crackers to affected customers.
PAMPERED prisoners at a private Midland jail played bingo for cash prizes last night - after it was revealed they were handed free boxes of chocolates for Christmas.
Ripp allegedly was given free boxes of cigars by an events promoter when he wrote favorable reviews of events happening at the Tacoma Dome, the promoter told Zeeck.
SCA Hygiene Products gave Grocer Club members the opportunity to win free boxes of Velvet Performance facial tissues in our October 28 issue, and loads of you responded.
While it might be common practice for a copier salesman to throw a few free boxes of toner in to close a sale, free pharmaceuticals or durable medical equipment can result in criminal liability.
Both ONdigital and Sky have been offering free boxes.
Digital operators are offering free boxes to receive their channels by monthly subscription, and the number of households taking the service is expected to double within three years to 3,500,000.
In October the firm provided 6,400 free boxes of stationery to post exchanges at the eight bases with the largest number of soldiers involved in the operation.