warehouse in a sentence
Example sentences for warehouse
Stores have seen waves of panic buying, and a wholesale warehouse was looted.
Cage-free means chickens raised for meat were not kept in cages within a warehouse.
To all warehouse workers get ready to go back to school and learn new skills.
The small warehouse is a mad workshop of strange dreams.
Bodyguards met him at the airport and took him to a warehouse outside the capital.
Unfortunately, the university has turned into a warehouse for surplus workers.
Bankers got rid of the warehouse fee when they realized they could loan the cash out and make money off it.
Turn left and walk toward a large industrial-looking warehouse.
The above photo is not a random shot of a warehouse.
Once a barrel is filled with the newly made spirit, it is stuck in a warehouse.
The lorry would have headed to a port and unloaded its cargo, bolt by bolt, into a dockside warehouse.
Now he's looking at buying another warehouse in the neighborhood with a yard four times the size.
The boom has generated many new jobs for truckers and warehouse operators.
He had the largest collection of antique door hardware in the country, and a warehouse full of salvaged material.
Villagers laid out wet rice from a government warehouse on the hilltop to dry.
Clay potters hark their wares, sewing machines hum from hundreds of sweatshops, and a warehouse factory steams.
Inside, truck-sized steel shipping containers dot the perimeter of the sprawling warehouse.
As an example, go to any warehouse store and look at the plumbing fixtures.
Let the hoarder rent a warehouse to store their treasures.
So she was sent to do a dull job in a warehouse in the middle of nowhere.
It's basically a warehouse filled with different bounce houses.
The ability to wander around a warehouse or hospital with a tablet linked into the network would be valuable.
Advances to the technology came quickly, and that first machine was relegated to an old warehouse.
It's basically a flying warehouse abuzz with armor-clad clinicians and portable life-support units.
In the early days, people had to pay a warehouse fee for that to happen.
Stores have seen waves of panic buying, and a wholesale warehouse was looted overnight.
The first project is a new warehouse for the police to store evidence collected at crime scenes.
The bus delivered them a t twilight to wha t appeared to be an abandoned warehouse near some railroad tracks.
The cars stop alongside the main university building, a brick structure with the charm of an industrial-park warehouse.
Reduced to essentials, apart from context, it's little more than a warehouse of skulls and pelts.
The weather outside was bright and hot, but inside the warehouse it was as silent as in a church.
In tough times, it cuts production and sells what it already has in the warehouse.
The table was set up in a well-lit, warehouse style room with stacked pallets and shelves of food boxes.
It's now a bit player in the business of logistics management and warehouse outsourcing.
When the printed books arrive in the warehouse, they're shipped out again the same day.
Each warehouse provides fail-over capabilities reciprocally.