service station

noun

Definition of service station

2 : a place at which some service is offered

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Police are investigating the death of a woman after her body was found early Tuesday in the parking lot of a service station in west Houston. Michelle Iracheta, Houston Chronicle, "Body of woman found in Houston parking lot, officials suspect foul play," 30 July 2019 Eight miles from the Outrigger Canoe Club to the Arco service station. Ryan O'halloran, The Denver Post, "For Pat Bowlen, family, friends and adventure in Hawaii represented “perfect lifestyle”," 28 July 2019 Tiedemann wanted to converted to a U-6A which is for hotels, motels, restaurants and automotive service stations. Laura Bednar, cleveland.com, "Independence looks to fill previously crime-ridden hotel," 9 June 2019 Broward Sheriff’s Deputy Justin Lambert filed a phony report to justify his unlawful use of force in taking down David Gonzalez outside a Deerfield Beach service station in 2014, a jury determined Tuesday. Rafael Olmeda, sun-sentinel.com, "Deputy convicted of punching man and lying in his report," 9 July 2019 If approved by the city council, the new service station would have a 3,036-square-foot convenience store and 12 gas pumps. Erin Hegarty, Naperville Sun, "Naperville advisory group gives initial OK to replacing old Ogden Avenue gas station with new one," 13 June 2019 Pilots are strongly encouraged to frequently check NOTAMs – federal notices about flight restrictions -- for possible changes prior to operations in the area or contact a flight service station at 800-992-7433 to check for all current NOTAMs. Robert Higgs, cleveland.com, "MLB All-Star Game, lead-in events to bring road closures, security rules to Cleveland as well as baseball’s best," 25 June 2019 Exxon Mobil said Cimex operates hundreds of service stations in cooperation with Cupet, according to the complaint. Mengqi Sun, WSJ, "Exxon Mobil Sues Cuban Companies Over Seized Property," 3 May 2019 After this station closed in 1930 as a result of the Great Depression, Sanders was given a service station in North Corbin, KY, rent free, in return for paying them a percentage of the profits. Molly Dodd, Fox News, "7 things you didn't know about Colonel Sanders," 17 Sep. 2015

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First Known Use of service station

1916, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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