Storeroom


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Storeroom

A room set aside for the storage of goods and supplies.
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"I said I go to bring some beers in a storeroom, and I go to the storeroom, with [Viktorija's] phone in my hand, because we was watching together from her phone.
The Pakistani worker was taking meat into the refrigerated storeroom when he saw his 22-year-old countryman cleaner, who was cutting onions, blocking the way at the restaurant in Bur Dubai in January 2018.
Mr Edwards said: "The relationship turned from inappropriate flirting to sexual contact." The court heard the first incident happened in a storeroom at the leisure centre as the defendant was tidying up after a children's soft play session.
An investigation has been launched into the blaze which was reportedly sparked by a short circuit in the storeroom.
'My shelter director, who was present at the time of incident, then went over to check what was the commotion and was shocked to see the group removing cages and cupboards kept in the storeroom,' he said.
A 25-year-old female employee at a restaurant in Nicosia was killed when some shelves fell on her in a storeroom on Saturday.
Surviving the Spare Parts Crisis: Maintenance Storeroom and Inventory Control
KARACHI -- Police department have formed two teams to investigate the reasons behind the fire which erupted in the storeroom of Karachi City Courts Complex and destroyed all the records.
You have diverse sort of pieces of clothing that are put away in your storeroom. You have an extensive rundown of various garments from easygoing to formal clothing types.
Hundreds of people were caught on video leaving the packed shopping centre after the blaze in the storeroom of a jewellery store.
HARD-PRESSED nurses treated an injured pensioner in a hospital area dubbed a "storeroom" by her angry family.