Stores


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STORES. the victuals and provisions collected together for the subsistence of a ship's company, of a camp, and the like.

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Will is going to build a shed to store berry crates here," said George and they sat down upon the boards.
The ebb has made a good while; our stores should be uncovered.
You borry'd store tobacker and paid back nigger-head.
Then they took to cadging round sugar-factories and breweries, because it was easiest to get their material from those places, and the mixture of glucose and beer naturally fermented in store and blew the store-cells out of shape, besides smelling abominably.
Within fifteen minutes the carriage halted again, and before another silk store.
A jug of maple sirup--I brought it along from the store and set it down here to open the door.
Bordering the brook behind the store is a forest extending for six miles back to the Medicine Lodge Hills.
The store is on a corner about which coveys of ragged-plumed, hilarious children play and become candidates for the cough drops and soothing syrups that wait for them inside.
He loved Higginbotham's Cash Store as some men loved their wives.
We went into Duckford's dry-goods store, and Chris unwrapped all his presents and showed them to me something for each of the six younger than himself, even a rubber pig for the baby.
Telemachus did as his father said, and went off to the store room where the armour was kept.
In this world, even as children, we must accustom ourselves to eat of everything, for we never know what life may hold in store for us