store

[n] - a supply of something available for future use 2. [v] - find a place for and put away for storage 3. [v] - keep or lay aside for future use
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Store

Store noun [ Middle English stor , stoor , Old French estor , provisions, supplies, from estorer to store. See Store , transitive verb ] 1. That which is accumulated, or massed together; a source from which supplies may be drawn; henc...
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Store

Store adjective Accumulated; hoarded. Bacon.
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Store

Store transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Stored ; present participle & verbal noun Storing .] [ Middle English storen , Old French estorer to construct, restore, store, Late Latin staurare , for Latin ...
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store

1. That which is accumulated, or massed together; a source from which supplies may be drawn; hence, an abundance; a great quantity, or a great number. 'The ships are fraught with store of victuals.' (Bacon) 'With store of ladies, whose bright eyes Rain influence, and give the prize.' (Milton) ... 2. A place of deposit for goods, especially. For lar...
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store

noun a supply of something available for future use; `he brought back a large store of Cuban cigars`
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Store

• (v. t.) To furnish; to supply; to replenish; esp., to stock or furnish against a future time. • (v. t.) Any place where goods are sold, whether by wholesale or retail; a shop. • (v. t.) That which is accumulated, or massed together; a source from which supplies may be drawn; hence, an abundance; a great quantity, or a great number....
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Store

To inject circulating beam into an accelerator and keep it there for long periods of time. In the Tevatron this means to inject protons and pbar bunches, cog the bunches to their proper collision points, ramp the Tev to 900 geV, turn on the low beta quadrupoles to bring the injected beam to low beta, and the collider detector experiments are taking...
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Store

a sheep (or other meat animal) in good average condition, but not fat. Usually bought by dealers to fatten for resale.
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Store

At WebCom, a store is considered to be a set of catalog pages placed on the WebCom servers by the WebCommerce application. The store's shoppers have full use of the Shopping Cart and Checkout Stand.
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Store

To inject circulating beam into an accelerator and keep it there for long periods of time. In the Tevatron this means to inject protons and pbar bunches, cog the bunches to their proper collision points, ramp the Tev to 900 geV, turn on the low beta quadrupoles to bring the injected beam to low beta, and the collider detector experiments are taking...
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store

a functional unit, into which data can be placed, in which data can be retained, and from which data can be retrieved
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store

store, commonly a shop or stall for the retail sale of commodities, but also a place where wholesale supplies are kept, exhibited, or sold. Retailing—the sale of merchandise to the consumer—is one of the oldest businesses in the world and was practiced in prehistoric times.Total retail s...
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STORE

A general term for provisions, materials and supplies used aboard ship for the maintenance of the crew, and for the navigation, propulsion and upkeep of the vessel and its equipment.
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Store

In internal Martial Arts, to move in such a way that kinetic energy is transformed to potential energy stored in the muscoloskeletal structure of the body. See "Release."
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Store

a sheep (or other meat animal) in good average condition, but not fat. Usually bought by dealers to fatten for resale.
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store

(v) leave young trees uncut in a coppice crop; (n) young trees so left (E, 180)
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store

(v) leave young trees uncut in a coppice crop; (n) young trees so left (E, 180)
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store

a structure or area of a fishing-stage or merchant's premises in which dried cod is placed ready for collection or export; the fish store was often attached directly to the flake via a second-floor door. The second floor was often used to store fish in the summer and fall and often as a gear storage and mending area in winter and spring.
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STORE

A general term for provisions, materials and supplies used aboard ship for the maintenance of the crew, and for the navigation, propulsion and upkeep of the vessel and its equipment.
Found on http://ports.co.za/maritime-terms.php
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