The phrase 'the whole box and dice' originated from dice games such as liar's dice. It is most common in Australian English, and means the whole thing.
'In the box' is a noun phrase; the noun is box.
Zeus gave it to her.
it means that the box of rocks didnt listen anything and the person in this phrase is compared with box of rock
Puzzle No 113: A Stack of Dice, Location: Northeast Path Answer =The number (6) is on top of the cube.
The myth is ancient Greek.
they would box with meatl inside the gloves . and a dice game
cube or rectangular prism, look at a tissue box or a dice
The question cannot be answered without information about the size of the dice.
juice box; computer tower; dice
An appositive is a noun or noun phrase that renames another noun or pronoun just before it.The appositive phrase is the Black Box, which renames the noun phrase 'a new restaurant'.
the box of chichen
It's nice to keep the dice visible, but may not be possible because of other items on the board. If you are concerned then you may want to use something else like a plate, the top of the game box to keep the dice constrained without messing up the game board or you could use a cup and mix the dice.
Mail box Photo frame Shoe box tv tissue box board game box some cushions some boiled sweets dice(having six no.s)
A Pandora bracelet box can have the phrase 'Pandora' on the outside of the box but it is always with the logo of the diamond ring in place of the letter 'o' in Pandora. That's how you can tell a real from a fake.
The word or phrase entered into a search engine text box is the search term. It can be different depending on what is being searched.
The preposition, the object of the preposition, and everything in between. The object of the preposition answers the question "(preposition) what?" For example: He looked in the box worriedly. "in the box" is the prepositional phrase because "in" is the preposition, and "box" is the object of the preposition. "Box" answers the question, "(preposition) what?, or in this case, "In what?"
No, it is not an adverb. But it is a prepositional phrase that can be an adverb if it refers to a verb (e.g. he found a coin in the box).
In the sentence, "Doris bought her mother a box of chocolates.", the adjective phrase is A, 'her mother'.
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Yes, for example, if you have 10 dice and you put it in a container, then it will fill up the container. If you have box, you can put individual solids in and it will fill the box.
Gramatically, the phrase "a box of candles" is correct. Also, if you had more than one box, you would say "boxes of candles."
The phrase "To open Pandora's box" means that something that you have done that may have been small at first turns into a big problem. The phrase originated from mythology. Pandora was given a box by Zeus and told not to open it, she did which allowed evil to enter the world.
A cubed centimeter is about the same size and shape as a dice. It is a perfectly square box where every side is 1 cm.