- n. a shop specializing in repairs and maintenance
“Apprised of what had gone wrong on the rescue mission, the owner of a household appliance repair shop in Brooklyn told reporter Michael Daly: What do you expect?”
“And for what fit-ease doesn’t come included in the boot, a good shoe repair shop can usually provide the stretch, mending, or adjustment.”
“When he arrived in Obrin, near Libau, he immediately received a repaired Panther from the division repair shop there and a crew.”
“In 2009, Rhonda Jensen, owner of Reuter’s shoe repair shop in Topeka, Kansas, reported an increase from about thirty-five repairs each day to fifty.”
“The best fix for most difficult-to-find equipment problems, assuming you have a helpful RV dealer or repair shop nearby, is to replace the offending unit and see if the problem goes away.”
“He’d bring his hard-earned paycheck back home to Mother, keeping just a little bit in his own pocket for hanging out with his best friend, Mr. Sol, who owned an auto repair shop in Hunts Point.”
“They put me in a Black Maria in the alley behind Madam Celeste's bouncer repair shop (which I guessed was what the secret service call a "cave", and Madam herself in government pay) and so to a brown building overlooking the river, nothing like a police station or jail, but staffed by sober, silent civilians who conducted me to a comfortable enough chamber which was something between a parlour and a cell (carpet on the floor, bars on the window), gave me a disgusting luncheon consisting of a cake of fried chopped beef smothered in onions and train oil, and left me to my own devices for a couple of hours. 29”
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