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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I'm in that class and I believe with one or two good wins, I'll be back boxing for another world title.
"I'm back boxing for Owen Reay, my old amateur coach.
"Ricky will be back boxing on the Joshua undercard," Morrison told the Advertiser.
He said: "It is brilliant to be back boxing in Paisley again and it will be a real family affair.
Scott aims to be back boxing before the year is out and we wish him every success.
"I am a fan of boxing and I understand the game well hence I will do whatever it takes to take back boxing to where it was," said Kimani, as he reminiscence on the good old days when Robert Wangila won the maiden Olympic boxing gold for Kenya.
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.