In the box

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In the box

Means that a dealer has a wire receipt for securities, indicating that effective delivery on them has been made.

In the Box

Informal; describing a statement between two traders stating the delivery has been made.
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Workers who do not rate an office could do in-the-box thinking in a Jabbrrbox " and in an open office, even those fairly high in the chain of command do not always rate an office.
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Such in-the-box thinking is not a trait among entrepreneurs, certainly not with me.
Growing up in Chapleau and what I had seen, consultants come in from Toronto and they have these wonderful, flashy in-the-box solutions," David said.
The 5-foot-11, 210-pound Chung was more of an in-the-box player during his first stint with the Patriots.
I've never been the sort of player who gets hold of the ball, beats five men and puts it into the net, I'm an in-the-box and around-the-box type of player and I thrive off crosses.
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The device comes with 1-year manufacturer warranty for the phone and 6 months warranty for in-the-box accessories.
Q COULD you please give me an idea of how much my six brand-new, in-the-box Corgi steel die-cast James Bond figures may fetch at auction?
It should be noted that of Good360's five software donation partners, four offer only in-the-box donations.