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classic

Medtalk adjective Referring to a classic; traditional, well-known, typical, widely used noun A thing that is widely known, traditional, timeless. See Citation classic.
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"The blue boxes are one of the most reliable forms of communication we have on campus right now," Levette says.
Blue Box took on responsibility for the preparatory work, which was completed successfully in around four months.
The "blue box" of the title, as in David Lynch's Mulholland Drive, refers to the Lacanian abyss of the Real and possible transformation.
Dealer principle Mark Warrilow said: "The new Blue Box dealership highlights our commitment to providing customers with the best possible visiting experience.
However, the emptying of the wheelie bins, the blue box and the blue bag is corrupting my understanding of time on this planet and even across the universe.
People of color, my students explained, were usually not included in the story line, but just shoved over into the segregated Blue Box. It was therefore possible, they continued, to just read the text and simply ignore the Blue Box as it seldom had any direct connection to the ongoing story.
"Where have we come to?" asked an outraged Effie Stenzler, chairman of the JNF: "The Blue Box has been identified with the resurrection of the Jewish people for over 100 years, with its return to its land, to working and working in that land.
As requested by the council, we put out green box, blue box, blue bag and black bin bags.
publicly operated blue box collection programs and a deposit-for-return system for bottles vs.
Her environmentally-savvy daughter knew all about recycling from her school's blue box program.