stock room

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also stock room  (stŏk′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
A room in which a store of goods or materials is kept.
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Noun1.stock room - storeroom for storing goods and supplies used in a businessstock room - storeroom for storing goods and supplies used in a business
storage room, storeroom, stowage - a room in which things are stored
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Police said Rillera conducted an inventory of sacks of feeds in their farm's stock room and discovered that some were missing.
Apparently, the blast was caused by a previously recovered bomb placed inside the stock room of the office.
THERE'S an 88-year age gap between her oldest and youngest customer and more than 3,000 bras in her stock room.
Her deception was, however, eventually discovered when bosses noticed they were making losses on the aftershaves and installed CCTV in the stock room where they were kept.
The stock room was under the bleachers where the students rested with their coaches after undergoing swimming practice as part of their preparation for this year's SOCCSKSARGEN Regional Athletic Association (SRAA) meet, which the province was hosting.
MESS: Stock room The firm, which has more than 400 stores and employs 6,000 people, was also ordered to pay PS65,000 costs at Portsmouth Crown Court.
A SPORTS shop in Cardiff came across the find of a lifetime after discovering retro Wales football shirts in their stock room.
The sole member of staff barricaded himself in a stock room. He was not threatened or injured.
The newly-refurbished store has a bigger stock room and shop floor, providing the clothes' chain with increased space to display more seasonal lines.
"Things changed when I was 11, a lame tiger who owned a stationery shop gave me the keys to his stock room. I would roll around in acrylic and oil pastels in reverie.
The workers in a few seconds will know the missing garment and the inventory in the stock room.