Recent Examples of sandbox from the Web
Between Westworld proper and now Shogun World, the increasingly self-aware (not to mention the increasingly violent) hosts have a much bigger sandbox to play in in season two.
Rick and Ilsa in Casablanca, Scarlett and Rhett in Gone With the Wind, and Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard all played in the cozy virtual world of the 1.33 sandbox.
The group included Andy Moler, my best friend since the sandbox, and some local riders who know the area well and instruct for the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association (ROHVA).
That sandbox has at times seemed more like a boxing ring.
Beaches and sandboxes are common places to find parasitic hookworms.
If the flight of moderate, middle-income homeowners continues, along with the growth in population of poor residents and childless hipsters, urban centers will be destined to serve as sandboxes for the progressive political class.
That presents a key opening for attackers, particularly when exploiting AV products that haven't been properly safeguarded with security sandboxes, software fuzzers, and similar protections.
For whatever godforsaken reason, Trump believes this is his sandbox and the rest of us are just playing in it.
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First Known Use of sandbox
SANDBOX Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sandbox for English Language Learners
: a low box filled with sand that children can play in
SANDBOX Defined for Kids
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