broom closet

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a small room for storing brooms and other cleaning equipment

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Additionally, the trial court found that because the child was in the broom closet at the time of the incident, he was not in the zone of danger.
For those unfamiliar with it, it takes place over five days (started last Wednesday) and every venue in town, be it a pub,club, restaurant or broom closet hosts a string of nights involving some of the worlds top club acts and DJs and a delegation of around 700,00 worldwide visitors.
Darn thing is 66' x 28' and I've had to build in a lot of shelving, plan a broom closet, and put in pantry shelves in a big closet in the laundry room.
By relocating the laundry area to another level of the townhouse, removing the wall between the spaces, and expanding the range wall by removing a broom closet, additional space was created for the kitchen.
This lowly O-3, tucked away in a broom closet of an office deep in the Pentagon, has been entrusted with that most precious and influential of strategic initiatives-General Dempsey's lunch.
The unit fits into a typical broom closet and utilizes advanced mineral tablet technology and water to generate the equivalent of 5,000 ready-to-use bottles of cleaner per one case of 200 tablets.
Last year I decided to build a full-length broom closet to match our kitchen cabinets.
A fiery gorgeous Ilie Nastase, who we all fancied, the glacial cool Bjorn Borg and Boris 'broom closet' Becker.
The toilet occupied a space no bigger than a broom closet (seriously, if you leaned forward your forehead would touch the wall opposite) while the shower was in a block at the bottom of the hill and you would share a cubicle with a spider or two.
(28) When he finally entered the clubhouse, the club's racial division was presented for all to see: Allen, Cash, Maddox, and Mike Schmidt (whom Allen had taken under his wing) removed themselves from the rest of the club and celebrated in private, in a clubhouse broom closet. (29) "The Broom Closet Incident," as it came to be known, would haunt the team throughout its abbreviated postseason run.
"I don't want it to be a broom closet at the end of a hallway."
Called the San Mateo County Employees' Credit Union, its first office was a former broom closet in this very building, which was then the county courthouse.
IN JEFFERSONVILLE, Indiana, in 1984, a 22-year-old man knocked down the broom closet in his father's tavern, installed an oven and began delivering pizzas out of the back of his bar.
Once completed, the freight yard, as one city official once said to me, will only add to the perception that Worcester is becoming "New England's broom closet."
It's hardly coincidental that the movie's key scene and most impassioned moral debate would be waged in a room the size of a broom closet.