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Synonyms for boxlike

resembling a box in rectangularity

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Alternatively, a cold frame (generally a boxlike structure with a cover that opens) holds soil and can be used for growing spinach or kale.
Each using light to challenge spatial perception, these two neon interventions bookended a sequence of discrete, boxlike rooms containing the Ambienti spaziali.
Sake is also poured in boxlike wooden cups made from hinoki or sugi wood called masu.
Jonathan Ovivir, utilized the 'carromata'-a light, two-wheeled, boxlike vehicle similar to the 'calesa'-as its belen.
Clear cell papillary (tubulopapillary) RCCs are positive for CAIX; however, unlike clear cell RCC, the positivity is "cuplike" with an absence of staining toward the lumen (clear cell RCC shows boxlike positivity, with positivity on all sides of the cells, including luminal staining).
As Gordon Wood warned, it "is important to remember that the boxlike categories of 'republicanism' and 'liberalism' are essentially the inventions of us historians, and as such they are dangerous if heuristically necessary distortions of a very complicated past reality." (28)
To explain for the less nerdy MPO readers: The replicator is a boxlike machine capable of creating and recycling objects.
In 2011, Sony proudly devoted three pages on its website to how the FS100 had been designed, referring to it as a "cylinder + box theme" and stating that, with the addition of the eyepiece, it took on a symbolic shape overall with video signals "funneled" from a cylindrical lens into a boxlike body in the middle and then funneled out through the cylindrical eyepiece.
Peering at a slice of cork through a scope much like the one below right, Hooke noticed small, boxlike partitions that he called cells (drawing at right).
Parts of the area were recently compared to Brazilian favelas after boxlike extensions were built to cram more students into standard family homes.
So, the late 18th and early 19th century houses that fronted Main Street were replaced by boxlike, squat structures, like the Butman Block, that fit the basic economic needs of the time.
Homes of the future will look similar to the homes of today; people will likely continue to live in boxlike houses.
(10) L'ecole est decrite comme <<a little separate boxlike place, with its own pleasures and concerns>> (177).