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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Anthem, a global creative agency, was honored with a Bronze award of excellence in the 47th Creativity International Packaging Awards, in the Health and Beauty Packaging category, for its package redesign for Soapbox Soaps.
He said: "As a kid, my parents helped me make a wooden soapbox to race in, so I had the 'soapbox bug' from a very early age
Soapbox runs entirely in the cloud, reducing processing time and its impact on a computer's usability during the typical save and export process.
VolkerRails soapbox, designed to mimic one of the companies Matisa Tampers, came sixth on the day; with a finishing time of 48 seconds.
Alexandria, VA-based Soapbox Soaps' hair care products are now available in Target stores.
Buyers can learn exactly where the donated product is going by using the "Hope Code" printed on each SoapBox package.
The company's newly rebranded naturals line is now called SoapBox Elements, while the SoapBox line includes hair and body products for the mass market.
Red Bull Soapbox Race is an international event in which amateur drivers race home-made soapbox vehicles.
The quartet who took part in the Red Bull Soapbox Challenge in London.
The overall winners were the Breakfast Club, which was a team from Absolute Radio's breakfast show, including presenter Christian O'Connell, who rode in the soapbox.
A GROUP of students will become Scotland's answer to Dastardly and Muttley with their own soapbox Mean Machine.