Recent Examples of service station from the Web
His professions listed on the poster included auto mechanic, electrician, promoter, salesman and service station attendant.
Besides Leotardo, the ruthless New York mob boss who frequently clashed with Tony Soprano on the popular HBO drama and who was memorably whacked at a service station, Vincent portrayed gangsters for director Martin Scorsese.
In the other incident, Angelica Mims, 26, of Slidell, was booked with armed robbery and resisting an officer after a holdup at a service station on Brown's Switch Road, authorities said.
Though the concept has proliferated throughout the country in the past few years, people in western and central Pennsylvania have been lucky enough to have Sheetz service stations for decades.
The council majority cited the potential danger of gasoline fumes from the nearby service station.
Among Asmara’s more remarkable structures is an Art Deco bowling alley, a building designed in the shape of an old radio set, and a service station shaped like an airplane.
Many states require service stations to take small quantities of old oil.
Mason Dixon is located in Homewood's Edgewood neighborhood in a redeveloped former service station across the street from Taco Mama and Saw's BBQ on 1017 Oxmoor Road.
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