(in Britain) a road junction having yellow cross-hatching painted on the road surface. Vehicles may only enter the hatched area when their exit is clear
a keel in the form of a box beam and having internal space for pipes, ballast, etc.
a tailless kite consisting of two or more light, box-shaped frames joined together, covered except at the ends and around the middle. Historical Examples Natural Stability and the Parachute Principle in Aeroplanes W. LeMaitre A Diversity of Creatures Rudyard Kipling The War in the Air; Vol. 1 Walter Raleigh. The Motor Boys in the Clouds […]
a form of lacrosse played indoors, usually on a hockey rink with a wooden floor, between two teams of six players.
a loom with a number of shuttle boxes on one or both sides of the lay, enabling the weaver to use a variety of colors in the filling direction.