Definitions for "Boxing"
Keywords:  poured, mix, jobsite, paint, invaluable
Pouring all paint of the same color and formula into one large container and then mixing it together to eliminate minor variations in color between cans.
A traditional American sport / fighting style, boxing is dependant on using quick footwork and accurate punches. Although not considered a formal martial art, boxing's offensive/ defensive techniques and real world effectiveness are an invaluable part of mixed martial art's repertoire.
Mixing paint for a large area to ensure even shade.
The act of fighting with the fist; a combat with the fist; sparring; pugilism.
fighting with the fists
Boxing, also called prizefighting (when referring to professional boxing), the sweet science (a common nickname among fans) or the gentleman's sport (used mainly in England), is a sport and martial art in which two participants of similar weight classification fight each other with their fists in a series of one to three-minute intervals called "rounds". In both Olympic and professional divisions, the combatants (called boxers or fighters) avoid their opponent's punches while trying to land punches of their own. Points are awarded for clean, solid blows to the legal area on the front of the opponent's body above the waistline, with hits to the head and torso being especially valuable.
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Keywords:  activision, atari, whitehead, bob, game
A system used to play more digits than you could normally play in a three or four digit numbers game.
Boxing allows you to play more digits than you could normally play in a three or four digit number game.
Boxing is an Atari 2600 video game based on the sport of boxing. The game was designed by Activision programmer Bob Whitehead.
Keywords:  paws, primates, monkey, cage, litter
When non-human primates are removed from their home cage, they are often "boxed", i.e. moved into a portable container for transport. A monkey transfer box is generally about 1.5x2x3 feet in dimension; an ape box is much larger. Both are built to fit to the front of a cage. Some individuals are trained to enter the box voluntarily; others are forced into the box with squeeze mechanisms.
When a rabbit bats at you with his front paws. Usually means stay away from my cage, litter box or food
an umbrella organization that coordinates the champions from the country's Golden Gloves and Police Athletic League programs, as well as champions with Native American ties and from the NCAA and the armed forces
Keywords:  autoboxing, conversion
autoboxing conversion
Keywords:  cushion, strip, bottom, fabric, seat
The long horizontal strip of fabric that connects the top and bottom of a seat cushion
Fabric strip that links two larger pieces of fabric. For instance, cushion boxing links a cushion's top and bottom faces.
Material used in making boxes or casings.
Any boxlike inclosure or recess; a casing.
The external case of thin material used to bring any member to a required form.
a turn-key franchise with the franchisee and staff receiving full training and ongoing support
Keywords:  nave, axle, centre, fitting, bearing
The operation of fitting the bearing box (q.v.) into the centre of the nave(q.v.) in which the axle arm (q.v.) runs.
The act of inclosing (anything) in a box, as for storage or transportation.
Keywords:  lunch, collecting
Lunch box collecting.
an outstanding program and everything that i have read about and heard about from the camps solidifies this
In horse racing, a single ticket comprised of more than one parlay.
a non-profit organization and is thus overseen by a Board of Directors
Boxing is creating a wall around another player so he can't escape and will eventually run into it
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The act of erecting containment walls around a set-up block or mold in order to contain both the molding material and the jacketing material.
Keywords:  variant, simulation, close
Simulation (or close variant) of boxing.
Keywords:  enclosure, package, something
the enclosure of something in a package or box