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warehouse

1. a place where goods are stored prior to their use, distribution, or sale
3. Chiefly Brit a large commercial, esp wholesale, establishment

Warehouse

A place in which goods and merchandise are stored; a storehouse. Built usually of masonry, there was little need for windows, and as a result most restorations need to cut new windows or enlarge those in the existing structure.

What does it mean when you dream about a warehouse?

Dreaming about a warehouse might be about past memories or something else in the past. Alternatively, perhaps we have put something in storage, such as artistic ambitions, in order to pursue something else.

warehouse

[′wer‚hau̇s]
(industrial engineering)
A building used for storing merchandise and commodities.

warehouse

A building designed for the storage of various goods.
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These ad-hoc data sources rarely get inserted into the data warehouse.
Companies must be able to do this if they expect to be able to use the warehouse for reasons that they may not even now understand," Gohsler said.
But just like the old saying "beauty is only skin deep," businesses are starting to realize there's a lot more excitement left in their relationships with their data warehouses and some are actually finding creative ways to keep the flame alive and make money in the process.