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a place where something is deposited for safekeeping

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Media Storehouse runs online stores of photographs on behalf of organisations such as PA Photos.
eIuEngineering teams from the State Company for Seeds Trade have begun construction work on a new rice storehouse in an attempt to provide larger quantities for families included in the ration card system,eIN according to a ministerial statement received by Aswat al-Iraq.
From Friday (March 16) through to Sunday March 18, Guinness Storehouse - home to the world's most famous beer -will host the annual Guinness Storehouse Festival that will give visitors an authentic and truly memorable Irish experience.
Many databases sprout from within each university department in order to keep records straight, and often these data storehouses are either simple Microsoft Excel spreadsheets with loads of data stuffed into them, or homegrown applications that address a specific department's needs.
They visited the Guinness Storehouse museum, where the batch that was being brewed at the time was named after Halesowen College.
The Storehouse hosts its own St Patrick's fringe festival next weekend (March 17 to 19) featuring live music, storytellers, entertainment plus oysters to wash down with the black stuff.
We've teamed up with Guinness Storehouse, Ireland's No.
He spent pounds 200 million buying Bhs from Storehouse in May 2000 and has turned the firm into a business estimated to be worth pounds 1 billion.
DUBLIN'S state-of-the-art Guinness Storehouse has become Ireland's leading paid-for tourist attraction - just one year after opening.
When Harry departed for the Happy Hunting Grounds (politically incorrect or not, that's how my native-Canadian friend always referred to the hereafter) I lost more than an old friend; I also lost a storehouse of Canadiana.
The language of defiance of the oppressed Afro-American Nation today is referenced in our history, experience and the totality of our cultural storehouse -- the Gestalt of where we've been, what we've seen, heard, were told and used to know.
The report highlights the fact that up to 90% of the world's 5,000-7,000 spoken languages could die out over the next century, and with them a valuable storehouse of information about the natural world.
Timmins Mayor Vic Power says the mining possibility further supports his claim that the Timmins area is a mineral storehouse.
7 per cent in the 15 weeks to July 15, according to parent group Storehouse.
Iceland has admitted having "tentative" discussions with BHS owner Storehouse about the possibility of buying the chain in the event of a sell-off.