1el 26 de diciembre, día festivo en Gran Bretaña, Australia, Canadá, Nueva Zelandia
- Before Boxing Day last year, the coastal towns and villages of Sri Lanka had vibrant communities.
- On Boxing Day night the street was likely to be almost deserted, but there was at least one other taxi at the rank.
- The shop I work in is closing Christmas Day and Boxing Day then re-opens it's doors on the Monday.
- On Boxing Day he was safe from the waves that reduced his home to a salty pile of debris.
- On Boxing Day, the poor did receive money from their masters but in hollow clay pots with a slit in the top.
- On Boxing Day they were travelling on a bus from Ham Ban Tota around the coast to have lunch in Galle.
- On Boxing Day she flies to China with some of the top young players to gain experience training with the best in the world.
- I just kept thinking about all my friends and family celebrating Boxing Day.
- On Boxing Day 2002, police discovered a car in Hackney that was linked to a shooting.
- It was expected to be even busier today - the official Boxing Day bank holiday.
- It is claimed that some have not had a day off since Boxing Day and that they are worried at the lack of training they have received.
- When I was a child Boxing Day was my favourite Day of the Christmas Holidays.
- In the meantime, have a great Yuletide starting with a bookie-bashing Boxing Day.
- And Boxing Day saw the start of a concerted attempt to kill the story by discrediting us.
- From Boxing Day onwards, the music of the past 10 years has a crucial role to play.
- All three sites will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
- On Boxing Day, she and her family were swept by the force of the waves into a deep lagoon.
- After the hectic run-up to Christmas, Boxing Day is traditionally a day to relax.
- Christmas and Boxing Day have come and gone, and everything was really lovely.
- There will be no services on Christmas Day and Boxing Day and trains will start later than usual on Tuesday.
- En Gran Bretaña es el 26 de diciembre, día festivo oficial en que se llevan a cabo actividades deportivas y de caza. Antiguamente era la ocasión en que se regalaban pequeñas sumas de dinero (Christmas boxes) a los comerciantes y a sus empleados. En Irlanda se denomina (Saint) Stephen's Day.