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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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For Bay area warehousers, though, the pullouts also coincide with expansion plans that were based on San Francisco's new certification from the Coffee, Cocoa and Sugar Exchange.
All warehousers, their supervisors, and managers (total N = 300) were required by plant management to take the tests [although only the warehousers (N = 203) were used in this study].
The plaintiff sued for rent, and the defendant pleaded that this arrangement was part of a broader one between the millers and warehousers of Milwaukee whereby the parties agreed to deal exclusively with each other and the millers agreed not to integrate vertically into warehousing.
In one of the largest transactions m 1996, Exel Logistics, serving as a public warehouser for BASF, leased 419,000 square feet at 155 Raritan Center Parkway in Edison.
As agent, importer, and warehouser, CICE is actually absorbing 20% of Italy's total tonnage in annual green coffee imports.
In the Netherlands, for example, Nichirei Corporation, Japan's largest public refrigerated warehouser, brought Eurofrigo BV into its fold.
He claimed he was under threat as an unwilling minder, warehouser or custodian.
But still he could not clear the debt and he was forced into acting as a warehouser for the Mr Bigs, a court heard.