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- (sports) The section in a stadium or arena set aside for the press, or specifically for sportscasters.
- (manufacturing) In a cotton gin, the box in which lint is compacted by a tramper.
1998, “Production and Ginning of Cotton”, in Jeanne Mager Stellman editor, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th edition, ISBN 9221092038, page 89.7:
- In most gins cotton is packaged in a "double-box" press wherein the lint is initially compacted in one press box by a mechanical or hydraulic tramper.