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a place where something is deposited for safekeeping

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Take that herd over to the fetish" (the storehouse was in every station called the fetish, perhaps because of the spirit of civilization it contained) "and give them up some of the rubbish you keep there.
Makola showed signs of excitement, and ran out of the storehouse (where he spent all his days) to meet these visitors.
But I to wait with patience am inured; My heart hath been a storehouse long of things And sayings laid up, pretending strange events.
It is perhaps because Morte d'Arthur is easily read that it has become a storehouse, a treasure-book, to which other writers have gone and from which they have taken stories and woven them afresh and given them new life.
They rendered the whole nation familiar for centuries with one of the grandest and most varied of all collections of books, which was adopted with ardent patriotic enthusiasm as one of the chief national possessions, and which has served as an unfailing storehouse of poetic and dramatic allusions for all later writers.
A dictionary had proven itself a wonderful storehouse of information, when, after several years of tireless endeavor, he had solved the mystery of its purpose and the manner of its use.
He lives alone in a storehouse of treasures which no eyes but his ever behold.
This gave me not only egress and regress, as it was a back way to my tent and to my storehouse, but gave me room to store my goods.
Let the experience of one creature completely wicked, and completely miserable, be a storehouse of useful warning to those that read.
All the tobacco thus dealt with, was in course of manufacture for chewing; and one would have supposed there was enough in that one storehouse to have filled even the comprehensive jaws of America.
It seemed, from one strong flavour which was uppermost among the various odours of the place, that it had, at no very distant period, been used as a storehouse for cheeses; a circumstance which, while it accounted for the greasy moisture that hung about it, was agreeably suggestive of rats.
PESHAWAR -- District government officials arrested three alleged profiteers involved in selling of food items provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and also recovered around 4040kg bags of food items from 15 storehouses in a raid on GT Road.
Parts of several ancient storehouses were discovered at Sayes, in the Sharqeya governorate in northern Egypt, announced the Ministry of Antiquities.
According to court records, the Abu Dhabi Finance Prosecution received a report from the management of the Abu Dhabi Distribution Company that power cables worth Dh300,000 had gone missing from its storehouses.
Defense Minister Abibila Kudaiberdiyev presented the draft law on ratification of the memorandum between Kyrgyzstan and OSCE on 2 million Euro assistance for construction of storehouses at military units to store light weapons, ammunition, as well as provision of equipment for destruction of surplus weapon.