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box

(boks),
Container; receptacle.
[L.L. buxis, fr. G. puxis, box tree]
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Informatics See Jukebox
Medspeak verb To place in a coffin after death
Microbiology See Glove box
Molecular biology noun A repeated oligonucleotide ‘motif’ seen in multiple sites along DNA, which functions as a signal for gene transcription or gene regulation
Meteorology A severe thunderstorm or tornado
Psychology See Skinner box
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box(es)

a group of NUCLEOTIDES that form a sequence, usually a CONSENSUS SEQUENCE, with a known function. See for example PRIBNOW BOX, TATA BOX.
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Key Words: Thinking outside the box, creativity, critical thinking, imagination, ingenuity, innovation, intuition, problem solving, reflection, schemas.
Osborne came at the invitation of Governor Jodi Rell, who thought he could "recommend the tools and resources we will need to survive these difficult financial times and use reinvention to squeeze more value out of every tax dollar." Senate President Pro Tern Donald Williams applauded the governor, as did Senate Minority Leader John McKinney for thinking outside the box.
Well done the gardai for thinking outside the box - for once.
A walk in the woods or a bit of wine, a bubble bath with candles and music, a drive to the country (out of rush hour!), a day in the snow sledding with plenty of warm clothing, good company with a knack for bringing out the creative thinking side of us, any artistic expression (music, dance, art), a good home improvement act with repetition, thinking outside the box and challenging the ordinary, laying in a hammock with a good book or just watching nature and people-watching.
THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX: Corbridge youngsters Sam Richardson and Jenner Dronfield, right, with TV duo Sam Dixon, left, and Mark Rhodes at Housesteads Fort yesterday.
Sometimes a solution needs to be developed to fit a particular situation--that's called "thinking outside the box."
Thus, the current approach for getting the job done is ineffective and won't deliver successful results; also, the practice of "thinking outside the box" shifts from an interesting exercise to a dire necessity.
Managing complex systems; thinking outside the box.
The theme 'Rural Innovation - Thinking Outside the Box' is the challenge set for the panel of speakers, all of whom have a proven track record in questioning conventional thinking or demonstrating innovation in practice.
The X Prize was the beginning of a new kind of space race--one that rewards private companies for thinking outside the box to build lower-cost, innovative spacecraft.
We will also expand the column beyond PR to other Thinking Outside the Box activities.
And while we've all heard about the need to "think outside the box," they suggest that it may be more valuable to "think inside the box": "Thinking outside the box means breaking out of the false constraints that we artificially impose on problem solving.