warehouse


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Synonyms for warehouse

Synonyms for warehouse

a place where something is deposited for safekeeping

Synonyms for warehouse

a storehouse for goods and merchandise

store in a warehouse

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But I never, happily for me no doubt, made a single acquaintance, or spoke to any of the many boys whom I saw daily in going to the warehouse, in coming from it, and in prowling about the streets at meal-times.
I was listening to footsteps on the other side of the gate, echoing between the walls of the warehouses as if in an uninhabited town of very high buildings dark from basement to roof.
Meantime we followed my sea-chest which was being carried down a sort of deep narrow lane, separating two high warehouses, between honest Ted and his little devil of a pal who had to keep up a trot to the other's stride.
I think it's affectation to compare the Oder to music, and so do you, but the overhanging warehouses of Stettin take beauty seriously, which we don't, and the average Englishman doesn't, and despises all who do.
Doubtless there are many houses standing now on which those honest citizens turned their backs in sorrow,--quaint-gabled houses looking on the river, jammed between newer warehouses, and penetrated by surprising passages, which turn and turn at sharp angles till they lead you out on a muddy strand overflowed continually by the rushing tide.
Nothing will content them but the extremest limit of the land; loitering under the shady lee of yonder warehouses will not suffice.
and here and there a fisherman sat on his doorstep mending his nets, and nets hung to dry upon the doors), till they came to a small beach, shut in on each side by warehouses, but with a view of the sea.
There were bazaars, shops, warehouses, market stalls, granaries- for the most part still stocked with goods- and there were factories and workshops, palaces and wealthy houses filled with luxuries, hospitals, prisons, government offices, churches, and cathedrals.
Also, the farms and warehouses were the property of the Iron Heel.
One-Time Data: Information that is too small or "out of place" for the data warehouse -- it is a minute amount of data, such as a list, that is used for a specific application, typically an Excel spreadsheet.
I think having a data warehouse in place for us has really been advantageous, because we have a lot of data pulled together and don't have to spend time doing it, which is a very time-consuming, tedious and costly effort.
com which uses a huge data warehouse to allow users to search for photos, animation, backgrounds and all sorts of graphic images.
Netezza, the global data warehouse appliance market leader, today announced that Healthcare Analytics, a unit of Wolters Kluwer Health, has selected the Netezza data warehouse appliance to provide on-demand analytics that can enhance delivery of key market data to pharmaceutical industry professionals.
Street was recognized for his innovation in the mortgage warehouse lending technology space, as well as his efforts to educate the industry on the use of warehouse lending as a viable business strategy.
DAYTON, Ohio -- Teradata, a division of NCR Corporation (NYSE:NCR), today announced that its active data warehouse will support the full launch of Norwich Union's "Pay As You Drive"(TM) insurance service into the United Kingdom market later this year.