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(Tools) a small shed in the garden or yard of a house used for storing tools, esp those for gardening
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There are also vegetable and fruit areas, a greenhouse and a garden tool shed. A driveway and single garage provide off road parking for several vehicles.
As part of project Tool Shed, items are taken from Staffordshire recycling depot.
BRIDGE OF ALLAN New roof windows and re-slating of roof at 15 Fountain Road FK9 4ET for Mr N Harman; Garden room and tool shed at 2 Allanvale Road FK9 4NU for Mr T Wood.
Deputies found the pair hiding in a tool shed a few blocks away from the scene of the attack.
The property includes garaging for three cars, front and rear driveways, a garden store, tool shed and a three-chamber wine cellar.
The Braehead staff are giving up their time to carry out the work, which has received funding from their company and will see raised flower beds and a tool shed installed.
A favorable atmosphere has been created in Azerbaijan for all nations, Jason Katz, the head of Tool Shed Group, the former director of Public Relations and Public Affairs for the American Jewish Committee, told STMEGI.
QI HAVE a brick built tool shed with a concrete slab roof.
I have a brick built tool shed. In the winter the condensation from the roof is horrendous, resulting in rusting tools etc.
When a young boy encounters a strange yet adorable alien in his family's tool shed, he befriends the visitor from another world, and tries to help him "phone home" before government scientists close in!
Most often, instead of selecting the most appropriate fork from the tool shed, a farmer would grab whatever fork was close at hand, using it for pitching, digging, stabbing, prying, hefting or poking.