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cupboard

An enclosed storage space with shelves, esp. for dishes, glassware, etc., usually placed in kitchens or pantries.
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Miss Shaw's partner Andy Cross found her body in the boiler cupboard of their flat in Grafton Road, West Bromwich on December 14, 2007, when their son Braydon was aged just 23 months.
Inside, Raymond Craig, 65, was struggling to get his 86-year-old parents Norman and Mona out after being woken by a smoke alarm when fire broke out in an upstairs boiler cupboard.
The Scottish painter disguised a door to the boiler cupboard by painting over it with the image of a woman leaning against a car, using his signature retro style.
Wainwright, of Upper Denby, on Easter Saturday when she found water in the bottom of the boiler cupboard.
Miss Shaw's body was discovered by her partner, gas engi-neer Andy Cross, in the boiler cupboard of their flat after he received a text message from her warning: "The electric's sparking.
Last Christmas a couple had to escape from their Guisborough after an electrical short circuit in a boiler cupboard * Day three: Alcohol Safety Many fires during Christmas are alcohol related.
She told the jury Bourn had kept it hidden in a boiler cupboard at their flat in Newcastle's West End.
Raymond had been woken by a smoke alarm after the fire broke out in an upstairs boiler cupboard.
This provides room for freezers, a sink, plumbing for laundry equipment and walk in boiler cupboard.
When police visited the house they found an empty glass in the boiler cupboard which had DNA from Royal on it.
Andy Cross found Emma Shaw's body in the boiler cupboard of their flat after receiving a text message from her warning: "The electric's sparking.