[ UK /sˈændbɒks/ ]
[ US /ˈsændˌbɑks/ ]
  1. mold consisting of a box with sand shaped to mold metal
  2. a plaything consisting of a pile of sand or a box filled with sand for children to play in
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  • Danny Huynh, Associate Search Director at Razorfish, has this to say about the tool: We see the display ad builder as a great creative sandbox, allowing us to us to quickly test and iterate with new ad formats and capabilities that simple text ads can't offer. New templates for coupon display ads, as used by Razorfish
  • The architects created a playground in the air, with play equipment, benches, a sandbox, a small bathroom, and a little bit of green with a postage-stamp lawn and some small potted trees.
  • This particular playground was a grass-covered space of over 8000 square meters, and included a zoo, a wading pool, a botanical garden, slides, seesaws, sandboxes, and a sumo wrestling ring.
  • A small outdoor space means every inch must count, so we made sure there was a variety of activity zones, including raised planting beds, a sandbox, and a compact flagstone patio.
  • Windows all across (with wipers) will justify a middle seat for the brakeman, but there's a sandbox there too for the flues.
  • During an event Tuesday, Zynga Chief Executive Mark Pincus said the company's new direct-to-consumer strategy, called Zynga Direct, allows it to have "a direct relationship with consumers... where we can give you a whole sandbox and create socialness around the games. Zynga Devises a New Plan to Break Its Facebook Habit
  • Our neighborhood artist was still bringing his three dogs to relieve themselves in the kids' sandbox at the base of our building.
  • I could get used to windows with curtains, or looking through a curtained window to see a pink plastic bucket in a green turtle sandbox. Michael koehler | tangletown & beyond « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • Cover children's sandboxes when no one is playing in them.
  • If life were a sandbox, these lawsuit-happy dopes would be the kids who instantly run away to their parents, bawling that another child called them a name or looked at them funny.
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