Recent Examples of storeroom from the Web
More than one of its galleries resembles a storeroom more than a carefully hung exhibition.
The new pantry, called Pirates’ Cove, will expand on the college’s previous food storeroom with more fresh food options and a workspace where students can connect with community programs.
One level down were seven cabins— the cramped quarters where the men would sleep—as well as several storerooms, and lockers for holding mops and paint.
And there are reasons behind what goes on display and what gets left in the storeroom.
This year, agents collected toys and donations for 80 children, which filled the John Daugherty, Realtors Operations Department storeroom until delivery day.
In the hands of a museum director who wants to make some space in the storerooms, these works are threatened.
Will new generations need storerooms for this ever-increasing load of familial documentation?
The grandmother spent three weeks locked in a windowless storeroom in the searing heat, refusing to eat, until a tip-off alerted a journalist to her predicament.
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