It was used as a morgue during World War II, and later as a warehouse, before being restored and reopened in 1997.
warehouse farms might be the answer to the global food crisis.
For phrases like these from "the hood," Michael seeks advice from Darryl the warehouse employee.
Indeed, 1,800 boxes of paper—the results of MINCOME—were moved to a warehouse and ignored for decades.
The next step was to steal one of the six pound tuna cans from the warehouse.
And so, back in the colorful days of the building of the fast-growing West, young Isaac Burns constructed his warehouse.
A warehouse of facts, with poet and liar in joint ownership.
Well, when I came slamming along into the warehouse I was only a few feet behind the milk maid!
Across the street rose the high gray front of my father's warehouse.
While I looked, a man sidled along the wharf from a warehouse towards me.
An embarrassing display of a body part when clothing droops, falls, or is torn •Euphemistic: Janet Jackson's infamous wardrobe malfunction (2004+)