dark box

dark box

[′därk ‚bäks]
(graphic arts)
A light-proof box used to store certain light-sensitive photographic papers.
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It is unfortunate that our 'glorious' leaders consistently think inside a very small dark box.
Our conversation turns back to the small, dark box at his elbow.
Ruth works out of the back of an old Cadillac hearse -- his portable dark box slides out on casket rollers.
Chicks were removed briefly (<5 min) from nests and placed individually into a portable dark box to ensure consistent lighting.
20 ( ANI ): Helen Flanagan, who appeared on 'Celebrity Juice' with Peter Andre, Tom Ellis and comedian Chris Ramsey, was locked in a dark box and made to guess what Keith Lemon was putting inside through a hole.
According to Belzung and Griebel (Belzung and Griebel 2001), mice were placed in the center of light box with their back to the dark box and video-recorded for 5 min.
This is hardly an equal fight as bulls are weakened two days prior to entering the ring; they are kept in a dark box, fed drugs and laxatives, their bones are broken, Vaseline is smeared into their eyes and a pin is inserted into their genitals.
Justin & Colin brighten up a dark box room and create the illusion of light with fake windows
From the outside of the building, you see a huge dark box with warped windows with pink frilly edges.
After two hours in a dark box in a warmroom, he released the 'pecker seemingly none the worse for its adventure.
I was only seven and I was told to stand in a dark box with a strange man and tell him that I had been bold.