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Storeroom

A room set aside for the storage of goods and supplies.
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What a symbol of the dangerous crisis engulfing our National Health Service when a frail patient's bed is wheeled out of a ward and into a storeroom.
Inspections of the hazardous material storeroom resulted in the highest score of any storeroom in the fleet for the fourth year in a row.
Al Afkham said one of the studies was to dig out huge storerooms into mountains after concluding a study on the nature of the rocks the mountains are formed of.
The loss will be huge but we can't say it now," the manager of one of the storerooms, told Times of Oman.
Too often, storerooms are free-for-all facilities, where users take parts on autopilot, squirrelling stock away in lockers and, worse still, pilfering company property as a perk of the job.
On 15 occasions, they went to stores with the intention of getting inside storerooms.
They would distract shopkeepers while the storerooms were raided and got away with cigarettes and alcohol.
We urge them to keep fire extinguishers in each shop and storerooms in case of an emergency.
Of the weaponry storeroom, archeologist Artur Rocha said that "strategically, it is one of the most important points within the fort as it offered privileged views in comparison to other war weaponry storerooms and the cannons positioned on the Torres Vedras line.
The fire is thought to have started from an electrical fault in wires either within or leading up to one of the club's fridges, which was inside one of the storerooms.
Westminster Council decided to prosecute after the state of two storerooms and a serving area at the Villiers Street cafe in the arches of Charing Cross station raised alarm
Around 20 firefighters spent more than four hours tackling the blaze, which left four storerooms gutted.