Boxed (record label)
Boxed (legal name: Club Parasite Ltd.) was a record label that released around forty mix albums, mostly on cassette, from high-profile DJs such as John Digweed, Nick Warren, and Danny Howells. The label was best known for its Global Underground series. Boxed eventually had financial difficulties, leading to no more releases after 2003. A new company, Global Underground Ltd. was formed, along with a sub-label GU Music, which has released Sasha's Involver and Fundacion NYC compilations. Global Underground owns the back catalogue of all Boxed releases.
Many of the bonus tracks have originally appeared as B-sides and extra tracks on various single releases (although the selection was not exhaustive). A selection of cover versions, recorded by Eurythmics for the aborted "TV Planet" project, are also included.
Boxed (Mike Oldfield album)
Boxed is a compilation album written and mostly performed by Mike Oldfield, released in 1976. It features SQ system 4 channel quadraphonic remixed versions of his first three albums ( Tubular Bells, Hergest Ridge and Ommadawn) and some collaborations.
Boxed is a wholesale shopping app for iOS and Android. The app includes products in six categories; household, health and beauty, grocery, odds and ends, kids and diapers, and organic products. The app was launched in June 2013. Boxed has expanded and now can be accessed online where shopping is made easier for people of all ages because it is not only limited to the app.
Fortune magazine described Boxed the " Costco of mobile apps."
Boxed may refer to:
- Boxed (app), a wholesale mobile shopping app.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
boxed \boxed\ adj.
(Printing) enclosed in or set off by a border or box; as, boxed sections of the report; boxed announcements in the newspaper.
enclosed in a box.
adj. enclosed in or set off by a border or box; "boxed sections of the report"; "boxed announcements in the newspaper"
enclosed in or as if in a box; "boxed cigars"; "a confining boxed-in space"; "felt boxed in by the traffic" [syn: boxed-in(a), boxed in(p)]
1 Packed into a box or boxes. 2 In bridge and other card games if the cards in a pack are reversed face-up and face-down then the pack is said to be boxed. v
(en-past of: box)
Usage examples of "boxed".
All of which I submit as evidence that the man I boxed with was a totally different man from the poor, ninety-pound weight of eight years before, who, given up by physicians and alienists, lay gasping his life away in a closed room in Portland, Oregon.
Meanwhile, the move from Bergamot Street to Clove Street had to be made quicklyto this purpose, everything had been boxed in advance.
And then she playfully boxed his ear, at which he chased her around the biplane and gave her a hearty smack just below her own pretty ear.
By the time they were ready to leave, the wagon was full of supplies from the storage shed and foodstuffs Johanna and Codger had boxed up from the root cellar and smokehouse.
The canvas coverlid bulged out between the hoops in various geometric shapes, the points and angles and curves of his boxed and bundled things.
As soon as we were alone the chocolate was served, and she sent a message to the fellow whose ears she had boxed to come to breakfast directly.
I seized him by his collar, threw him out, and before he had time to use his cane or his sword, I had kicked, beaten, and boxed him most soundly.
He was a short thick-set black man, with a boxed musicom over his shoulder and a jazzer held by the grips, its stubby barrel pointed up.
Huddled above the boxed transmitter, Jute began to send the information regarding the buried bonds.
Korber was correctly identified as the man who had been in the wrecked cab outside the Club Miche, but the evidence indicated that the taxi had been accidentally boxed by other cars that contained feuding gangsters.
They were passing over thick fir forest now, in a narrower valley that looked very much like a pen, something into which he could be driven, and boxed.
They had the wolf boxed into the same rough double section of land where Pidgeon and Ribaul had hunted him before.
But the travelling sheep and the Wilga sheep were boxed on the Old Man Plain.
An absurd thought flashed into his mind: did somebody not tell him once that Roy Mallender had boxed for Millfield?
He swung his hands up and boxed Maror on either side of the throat, at the base of the nictating membranes that served as his vocal apparatus.