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34) The Broom Closet Incident was rehashed, with Tug McGraw stating in a team meeting that "some of us white guys" were wondering "where all the black guys were.
The credit union has grown from two original employees to a current staff of 180, from a few hundred members to more than 73,000 and from a lowly broom closet to eight branches.
Uriel is summoned to the Ministry of Education for an emergency meeting in the aforementioned broom closet.
And, after earning his business degree, Schnatter started business in 1984 on his own terms; selling his prized, 1972 Z28 Camaro to buy $1,600 worth of used restaurant equipment, and serving pizzas out of a renovated broom closet in the back of Mick's Lounge, co-owned by his father in his hometown.
Truth comes from within, but to find it, you gotta clean out all the scary shit you piled in the broom closet of your mind.
From the early days of asserting herself in a mostly male gym, where she had to change in the broom closet and aggressively defend her territory, to founding the Newsgirls in 1996, and finally to opening her own gym in the fall of 2006, Howe's journey has been a testament to her scrappy strength and gift for leadership.
This compartment is about the size of a small broom closet, and the toilet is placed as far back as possible in it against the far wall.
The courthouse replaced a 40-year-old courthouse at 10th Street West and Avenue J, in which officials worked in cramped conditions and part of a women's restroom and a broom closet were converted to judge's chambers.
10 If a ballerina drops dead backstage or accidentally gets locked in a broom closet, always be prepared to jump into her costume.
One photograph in this group showed the ivy-clad exterior of a building; another displayed a boarded-up door; the remaining three featured depictions of a dying potted plant, a broom closet shot from an extremely strange angle (as if by someone standing on top of a stool), and a kitchen adorned with children's party decorations, many of which were set in near-total darkness.
As the mother of two autistic boys, Kathy Labosh draws upon her experience and hard-earned expertise to write The Child With Autism At Home: The Home-Life Guide which is a succinct compilation of 350 tips for parenting an autistic child in every area of the home environment including the attic, master bedroom, child's bedroom, "the corner", the family room, playroom, music room, kitchen, study, bathroom, broom closet, even the front and back doors.
Handwritten and typescript drafts of early writings were found in a broom closet beneath a staircase at Rowan Oak in 1970.