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deed box

noun
1.
a lockable metal box for storing documents
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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  • He said that he had seen me at the deed box after I had killed the woman, that he had made the noise outside the window.

    The White Desert

    Courtney Ryley Cooper
  • The box indicated was one of ordinary thin sheet iron, japanned black—something like what is called a deed box.

    The Red Triangle Arthur Morrison
  • Wingrave, who had been engrossed in the contents of his deed box, watched him with immovable face.

    The Malefactor E. Phillips Oppenheim

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