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“Now the Cold War complex is a cold-storage site preserving the reels of old Hollywood for time immemorial, or at least the next several hundred years.”
“Pretty soon you'll be calling me your cold-storage baby," she laughed.”
“Nearly 30% of the country's fruits and vegetables perish due to a lack of cold-storage facilities, while thousands of tons of food-grain spoil in ill-equipped warehouses.”
“He didn't say whether the panel's report would result in any legislation, but he added that the government is also working on a plan to build cold-storage facilities at fruit and vegetable producing centers, and on improving public transit links to markets.”
“For example, analysts criticized Vornado Realty Trust in 1997 for leading a venture that purchased the nation's largest supplier of cold-storage space in a deal valued at close to $1 billion.”
“Civilian officials say small generators could be used to reopen factories and run cold-storage facilities, but they worry that increasing electricity across the board will lead more people to buy air conditioners and refrigerators, resulting in a continued shortage.”
“Barbara P. Fernandez for The Wall Street Journal In the ship's loading area, supplies wait to be put into cold-storage rooms.”
“The library acquires copies to preserve in its cold-storage vaults among millions of other recordings at the Packard Campus of the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center near Culpeper, Va.”
“The inert T-800's are housed within a large vault-like cold-storage room.”
“After my mom made cabbage rolls, we still had a bigger than Jupiter cabbage in our cold-storage room (it didn't fit in the fridge).”
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