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stockroom

a room in which a stock of goods is kept, as in a shop or factory
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Fire probers are still determining the cause of the fire but said they are looking into possible electrical failure since the stockroom kept various computer parts.
Manchester magistrates court heard Townsend began working at Selfridges on the shop floor and stockroom in September 2016.
NASDAQ: CTAS) plans to gradually close its centralised stockroom in Des Moines, IA over the next four months.
state street, iola, kansas 66749 (phone 620-365-2161) and then travel to the district #4 stockroom located at 411 w.
While stockroom employees did their best to kit all the material for a particular job, sometimes parts were missing or weren't ready at the time of kitting, which required an employee to later hand-deliver one or two parts at a time.
She added: "Rubbish set on fire outside spread to the rear of the building and damaged stock in the stockroom.
Roy walked on through the maze and became lost in a bizarre black void surrounded with strange undulating abstract forms and shapes, and after what seemed like an hour, he nally found his way out of that stockroom.
In the writ, solicitors representing Mrs Garnham, who started working at the store when she was 19, say that the stockroom of the store was so contaminated with the potentially deadly material that she sometimes had to work in "a cloud of asbestos dust" when fetching boxes of merchandise to serve customers.
I helped in the stockroom where I was able to lift lots of heavy items.
25 an hour folding jumpers and working in the stockroom as a Saturday girl at Next.
Nina Nineska Fidanoska in Utrinski vesnik wonders how the inspectors before shutting down stockrooms at Pero Nakov BB did not notice that there is another exit from the stockroom to ensure that nobody will mess around with the proof.