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a container used to keep bread or cake in

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"Amongst the items stolen are silver Anglo Saxon cups, a 16th century silver Communion cup, four solid brass vases, a silver bread box and cash."
"This whole role sure seems to be bigger than a bread box" says one of my esteemed and very worried colleagues.
Anna opened the bread box. "No, the toaster gets too hot.
The new ceramic tea collection from Woods and Willow has additional accessories, such as canisters in various sizes and a bread box.
Unusually, The Bakery Art Gallery and Bread Box Recording occupy the same premises, a former bakery in North Shields.
If you have wooden bread box plans to share, we'd love to hear from you.
The Swiss Bread Information bureau (SBI) recommends that bread be stored in a cool, dry, clean place with good air circulation, either in a linen, cotton or paper sack or in a wooden bread box. They caution against storing it in metal containers, plastic containers.
Put the bread away in the refrigerator when we have always put it in the bread box. Or accidentally poured cream into the teapot instead of the teacup.
The company's trivet is $9.99; a bread box is $39.99.
You can now look to eBay for an antique bread box along with a discounted home to house it.
There are plenty of equipment options when it comes to items and components that are smaller than a bread box.
Heat water for instant coffee, pour milk, put on rolls (bread box) and butter."(79)
One may have several degrees in biochemistry, and another has a PhD in computer science technology and they are led by a manager that knows exactly what new and wonderful product they are developing but will only tell you that it is bigger than a bread box and could consume more than three million yards of nonwovens a month.
I reached back and pointed out that the dogs who go along are no bigger than a bread box, whereas Brutus, with his new winter coat, could-easily pass for a Shetland pony.
"So I got a book from the library and made a bread box and really enjoyed it."