Storehouse

Storehouse may refer to:

  • Storehouse plc, a British retail conglomerate
  • Storehouse (Charity), a compassion outreach for the homeless and poor administered by Southend Vineyard Church.
  • An alternative word for warehouse

Other articles related to "storehouse":

Guinness Storehouse - History
... The building in which the Storehouse is located was constructed in 1902 as a fermentation plant for the St ... it was decided to convert the building into the Guinness Storehouse, replacing the Guinness Hop Store as the Brewery's visitor centre ... with the Dublin-based architects firm RKD, and the Storehouse opened to the public on 2 December 2000 ...
Bishop's Storehouse - Origin
... The concept of the bishop's storehouse is based on a revelation received by church founder Joseph Smith, Jr ... on February 9, 1831, whereby he was instructed to keep goods "in my storehouse, to administer to the poor and the needy" ... The first bishop's storehouse was established in Bishop Newel K ...
Charles E. Kelly - Biography
... in several patrols on that day, near Altavilla, Italy, he helped to defend an ammunition storehouse against attack by German forces ... He held his position behind the storehouse all night, then took up a position inside the building ... stayed behind and held the German soldiers at bay until everyone had been evacuated from the storehouse, at which time he withdrew and was able to rejoin his unit ...
Joseph Bailly Homestead - Storehouse
... Originally, larger, the existing storehouse was formed from the ‘good’ logs of an older trading structure used by Joseph Bailly ...

Famous quotes containing the word storehouse:

    The medieval university looked backwards; it professed to be a storehouse of old knowledge.... The modern university looks forward, and is a factory of new knowledge.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–1895)

    The whole visible universe is but a storehouse of images and signs to which the imagination will give a relative place and value; it is a sort of pasture which the imagination must digest and transform.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)