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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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Starting at nearly 5-1, On A Soapbox, ridden by Jerry Bailey, was winning for the fourth time in six starts.
Arran, who lives at Pant near Oswestry, and his friend Iolo Jones, also 18, designed and built their soapbox amid taking their A-levels at Llanfyllin High School.
VolkerRails soapbox, designed to mimic one of the companies Matisa Tampers, came sixth on the day; with a finishing time of 48 seconds.
Most Soapbox entries--from windmills to giant shoes--disintegrate as they hurtle down the course, but the team's kart (pictured) remained unscathed, and achieved an impressive time.
-- Soapbox Soaps LLC is a supplier of personal care products with a social mission--to bring soap, clean water and vitamins to those in need around the country and elsewhere in the world.
IT'S the Birmingham made mobster-style machine that simply vanished after Sunday's Red Bull Soapbox Race - as if it had wings.
Founded in 2011, Soapbox Science aims to bring science to the streets to make it accessible to everyone, and works with the UK's top female academics giving talks and demonstrations to make women in science more visible.
Prime Minister David Cameron said: "Through Soapbox Science, Seirian and Nathalie have inspired scores of leading female scientists from around the country to get out onto the streets and encourage girls to learn more about the opportunities open to them through science.
The crazy gang are taking part in the Red Bull Soapbox Race in London on July 12 in a homemade go-kart shaped like a turtle.
1992: John Major climbs onto his soapbox British Prime Minister John Major has mounted his soapbox to urge voters in Cheltenham to elect John Taylor as the first black Conservative MP.
The youths asked John Craven, 57, for his views as he stood on his soapbox.