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Boxing Week

Boxing Week
 n.— «While Boxing Day sales traditionally bolster the bottom line, this year’s sales are going to be more aggressive, both in terms of deeper price cuts and longer duration as stores hope for Black Friday 2. The term “Boxing Week” has already started creeping into shoppers’ parlance during the past few years, but watch for it to become the norm.» —“Stores Look to Boxing Day Sales for Salvation: Black Friday 2″ by Jordan NowPublic Dec. 26, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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