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He went back to his oce, and Janet entered and said there were rats in the stockroom, exactly as she had earlier.
Asbestos debris and dust accumulated on the floor of the stockroom but this was swept up dry.
Unfortunately, a design leader like The Stockroom can attract some unscrupulous copycat followers, but obtaining patents can help.
Riam Dean, 22, who was born with her left forearm missing, said she was granted special permission to wear a cardigan to cover the join in her arm, but was later removed from the shop floor and made to work in the stockroom because the cardigan did not adhere to the strict dress code.
Riam Dean, 22, above, who was born with her left forearm missing, said she was granted special permission to wear a cardigan to cover the join in her arm, but was later removed from the shop floor and made to work in the stockroom because the cardigan did not adhere to the strict dress code.
When he was 19 and fresh out of the Navy, Brian Keene took a position as a stockroom clerk at RH Sheppard Co.
A recent Marathon entry in the vertical baling segment is the Stockroom Baler.
a fire and explosion burned two students and blinded one when their middle school teacher quarantined them in the stockroom.
A THIEF coolly lit a cigarette before grabbing his haul and making off from a supermarket stockroom.
Formerly a roof area and stockroom, this 24,464-SF area houses women's ready to wear and intimate apparel doubling the size of the department.
Is there a business case for having someone go out and fix something, and not have to walk back to a terminal, or go back to the stockroom and then find a part is out-of-stock, or at the end of the day close out a lot of paperwork?
To do this, Osram decided to acquire space from the tool/spare parts stockroom.