Another option is a "hover," a boxlike
structure of metal or plywood, suspended a few inches above the brooder floor and containing a heat source.
Her cache of miniature animals--from dinosaurs to donkeys--has even morphed into works of art: Soule shoots them against colorful backdrops and mounts them on boxlike
The space used for the performance was Western Michigan University's Kanley Chapel, a rectangular boxlike
1950s structure with fixed pews, a center aisle, and raised chancel without an altar rail.
Instead, the spatial paradigm between the sexes in The Hole is embodied in two identical boxlike
apartments of the man upstairs and the woman downstairs: a paradigm that is more hierarchical and relational than oppositional and differential.
The Hopi mesa communities are like up-to-date versions of the ancient pueblos found deep in Arizona's canyons, with boxlike
stone houses complete with wooden ladders leading to entrances via rooftops (albeit now with satellite TV dishes).
28-33) The distal tibia and fibula form the joint's boxlike
mortise; this is an area rather than a specific anatomical structure.
For evidence of this disconnect, one need look no further than the typical calendar, with its boxlike
format and arbitrary seven-day cycles.
structure, the remnants of what must have been a hearth, stood alone among the ruins, and I concluded this was the closest I would come to shelter this evening.
The crowned woman from which the fountain spills has dominated the picturesque square since 1865 but now she is hidden from view by a boxlike
structure, covered in scaffolding, which has been built around her.
Normal outside, that is, but markedly special inside of an otherwise nondescript, boxlike
building just south of the town of Devon.
Glass designer Alison Berger uses turn-of-the-century glass slides to create a light boxlike
chandelier that is contemporary and captivates the viewer.
Instead of the square boxlike
sort of house to which she was accustomed, or the huge, mysterious houses of the rich, with their turrets, gables and huge verandahs, this was a New England style of house, with green shutters and small-paned windows.