from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who lays up or accumulates a store.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who lays up or forms a store.
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- noun a young
tree, especially one reserved when others are cut; a standel.
- noun One who lays up or forms a
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Also observing the harvest, and scanning the sky for rain, are "almacenista" (which translates as 'storer') Jose Manuel - who classifies the olives and Ismael Conesa, whose family run business, Conservas Calanda, preserves the olives at his son's (also called Ismael)
Lack of sleep also makes you a better fat storer, especially in the belly area.
This because traditional storer sell brand products and because these stores aren't the manufacturers.
And then, we would find a way to access other dimensions and other universes and all hope would be lost -- we could not grasp what we can reach, we could not store what we grasp, and perhaps the professional storer of stuff would find himself as out of date as the blind poet singing of sirens and seamen sailing the wine-dark sea long ago, searching for home.
Instead of the usual space-gobbling water storer/heater, you get a smaller, more efficient gizmo that just gives you hot water when you ask for it.
Check your seed catalog but I think this is a storer, too.
And my guy in California called: he's storing our old car at a friend's business and the storer just called him last night & said it has to be moved within two weeks.
E2 Money which was alleged to be in a chest, demanded from the storer of the chest.
But the honey-bee has absolutely no wit or cunning outside of her special gifts as a gatherer and storer of honey.
Some identify the nataf with the gum of the storer tree (Styraz officinale), but all that is positively known is that it signifies an odorous distillation from some plant.