- n a room in which things are stored
- And the show never let politics overwhelm its heart; it used one of the oldest setups in sitcomville (the locked-in-the-storeroom) to have Archie and Meathead bond over the story .
- But for decades they kept the storeroom of canisters a secret from the outside world.
- Ark leads had guided him to Egypt, Ethiopia and even New Guinea, until one day last fall his clues led him to a storeroom of the Harare Museum of Human Science in Zimbabwe.
- Zahi Hawass in USA Today
The "storeroom for mummies" dates back to 640 BC during the 26th Dynasty, which was Egypt's last independent kingdom before it was overthrown by a succession of foreign conquerors beginning with the Persians, Hawass said.
- Kent Weeks in International Herald Tribune
The objects in the tomb don't necessarily date to the original tomb. It is not unknown for a tomb to be used as a storeroom for other materials,Weeks said. "The objects could be 200 to 400 years later than the original cutting of the tomb....
- Murray Rothbard in CounterCurrents.org
Rothbard says that, "An honest warehouse makes sure that the goods entrusted to its care are there, in its storeroom or vault. But banks operate very differently."