soapbox

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soapbox

1. a box or crate for packing soap
2. a child's homemade racing cart consisting of a wooden box set on a wooden frame with wheels and a steerable front axle

Soapbox

A user-generated video sharing facility on MSN. Soapbox was launched in 2006 and discontinued in 2009.
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They railed from war horses, fired from soapboxes, stood at podiums and spoke up for what they believed.
Participants from local organisations got involved by designing, building and ultimately racing home-made soapboxes down the track.
Four other candidates - Chris Beverley for the BNP, Anthony Calvert for the Conservatives, James Monaghan for the Liberal Democrats, and David Daniel for the UK Independence Party (UKIP) - joined Mr Balls as they mounted soapboxes to address voters directly.
And finally, all soapboxes can have one or two drivers, but when the crafts reach the start ramp they must weigh no more than 176 lbs.