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Synonyms for stockroom

storeroom for storing goods and supplies used in a business

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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.
Of course, as The Stockroom notes in their patent application, the cutout styling also "exposes much of the wearer's torso to the direct activities of an adult player.
Staff at Tesco Burton-on-Trent demonstrated good knowledge of stock, checked the stockroom for missing items and answered queries promptly.
He revealed that on getting the tip-off, ADFCA inspectors sought the help of Baniyas Police Station and raided the stockrooms.
The rest of the stockroom was severely damaged by heat and smoke.
He's got more baggage than the Samsonite stockroom - you get the idea.
Riam Dean, who was born with her left forearm missing, claimed she was forced to work in the stockroom of the US firm's London store because she did not fit its strict "look" policy.
Riam Dean claims she was forced to work in the stockroom of the store because she did not fit its strict "look" policy.
A LAW student with a prosthetic arm has told an employment tribunal she "questioned her worth as a human being" after she was forced to work in the stockroom of US clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch, because she did not fit its strict "look policy".
A law student with a prosthetic arm told an employment tribunal she "questioned her worth as a human being" after she was forced to work in the stockroom of US clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch because she did not fit its strict "look policy".
The dresses, which would normally sell for up to pounds 1,000, have been donated by White Lane in Coleshill following a downsize in stockroom space.
INOCART is a mobile bonded stockroom that can be moved throughout the plant.
Each of those employees, from stockroom clerks to top executives, has a vested interest in coming up with new designs.