Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A man in charge of stores or supplies: as, the storeman's stock of bolts and screws.
- n. A man employed in a storehouse for the work of storing goods.
- n. A warehouseman.
- store + -man (Wiktionary)
“Mr Bennett recalled a storeman named Mitchell, described in a book by James Merryweather.”
“The only thing which later arose to disturb the composure of the storeman was the admission of the dogs to a compartment in the veranda on the eastern side.”
“Her mother, Bridget, was a shorthand typist before she had her children; her father, Patrick, worked as a storeman at the British Leyland factory in Bathgate.”
“In 1993 staff numbered 24, comprising one Assistant warden, 23 Wildlife Scouts, one storeman, one cashier and one driver, all based at Debarik.”
“Sends away his lad could be working on the place getting in winter fuel and carting hay with that horse of his, but keeps on his storeman — chief clerk, he calls him.”
“While working as a medical storeman he was approached by Basson to find equipment to manufacture the mandrax tablets.”
“Storage: maintain minimum possible stock levels in secure, well ventilated rooms under the control of a trained storeman.”
“Mr Lemmer found the accused played "as big a role" as his partner, former army Sgt Corne Bence, a storeman at the base, who was sentenced to an effective four years 'imprisonment for his involvement in the racket.”
“From 1969-71 Dlamini worked as a storeman with a dye-casting company.”
“The case arose when Heinrich Johannes Monnig, a journalist for the SADF magazine Kontak, Pieter Reinhard Pluddeman, a storeman, and Desmond William Thompson, who was attached to the section of the public liaison officer, were found to have conspired to disclose information protected by the Protection of Information”
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