Q: Is a box a very common shipping container? ¶
Q: Is a box used for carrying tools of various kinds? ¶
Q: Is a box a large box often used in industrial environments? ¶
Q: Are boxes used in packaging and storage? ¶
Q: Is a box a vulgar referral to the entire pubic area below the stomach usually for large hipped females? ¶
Q: Is a box sometimes used interchangeably? ¶
Q: Is a box the wooden wine box or wine crate? ¶
A: Yes, and originally used for shipping and storing expensive wines,but nowadays for decorative or promotional purposes or as a storage box instead of for protection during shipping.
Q: Is a box a shipping container made of corrugated fiberboard? ¶
Q: Is a box similar to a post or mail box, but totally locked? ¶
A: Yes, post office trucks deposit mail that is then retrieved and delivered by pedestrian mail carriers.
Q: Are boxes unlocked by the recipient? ¶
A: Yes, and otherwise a postal clerk retrieves the mail.
Q: Is a box upended or shaken? ¶
A: Yes, and usually does not have hinges, latches or locks, but simply a cover.
Q: Are boxes more expensive than folding boxes and are typically used for protecting high value items such as cosmetics? ¶
A: Yes, and watches or smaller consumer electronics.
Q: Is a box a collection of supplies and equipment for use in giving first aid to someone? ¶
Q: Are boxes usually very sturdy? ¶
A: Yes, and but unlike a shipping box containing dunnage, are not expected to fully protect their contents if the box is inverted or upended.