back boxing

back boxing

[′bak ¦bäk·siŋ]
(building construction)

back lining

1. A thin wood strip which lines a window casing, next to the wall and opposite the pulley stile, and provides a smooth surface for the working of the weighted sash; also called back boxing or a back jamb.
2. That piece of framing forming the back recess for boxing shutters.
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It gave me guaranteed fights and got me back boxing again.
Lynch famously ended up back boxing in the booths, sleeping rough and begging for money for his supper before dying of malnutrition in 1946, at just 33.
The Tigers Bay man told a packed out audience at the Europa Hotel he was "excited to be back boxing at home".
It's great to be back boxing in Wales and it will be the biggest test of my pro career so far.
Our priority now will be to bring back boxing to where we were -- in the top- 10 in the world or even top- five.
I want to get back boxing too but I can't have any contact for at least six months.
I'm excited to be back boxing and I've actually enjoyed going through all the pain in training, pushing my body, the dieting and being disciplined.
Still, at least he'll be back boxing in Wales for the first time in four years.
The cash, raised through the government's Proceeds of Crime Act, will help the Bring Back Boxing initiative that launches with an inter-city tournament between Edinburgh and London in Princes Street Gardens on Friday night.
Army said officials at Mechanics Hall were "very receptive from the start, extremely cooperative" about bringing back boxing.
Brushing aside speculation that the 28-year-old's career was in jeopardy, Peter Harrison, the champion's father and trainer, said: "I hope Scott will be back boxing in September.