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depot

 [de´po, dep´o]
a body area in which a substance, e.g., a drug, can be accumulated, deposited, or stored and from which it can be distributed.
fat depot a site in the body in which large quantities of fat are stored, as in adipose tissue.
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Responding on behalf of the Minister of Transport and Communications, Mr Tshenolo Mabeo told Parliament that due to resource constraints, the ministry does not, currently have any plans to open a roads depot in Tutume.
Fire-fighting truck will, henceforth, be part of the prerequisites for renewing the operational licences of depot owners.
A fuel depot is due in Kanglung by May for which the Dzongkhag has already identified 83d of land.
FSSAI, under the health ministry, has exempted the URCs but has made it mandatory for CSD depots to ensure that all URCs under their respective control adhere to all the provisions of FSS Act rules and regulations.
A HUDDERSFIELD bus depot is the best in the country - and that's official.
BUS firm Arriva has threatened to put 100 staff out of work if a bid to expand its Bootle depot is rejected by council planning chiefs.
The Al Rashidiya depot carries out the maintenance and cleaning for 79 trains used on the Dubai Metro.
Since each drum can take the truck 100 km, the initial options seem to be to have depots at the 100 km, 200 km and 300 km marks.
The closure of the other 14 depots, including the one on Teesside, will mean 250 redundancies.
Stuart Godman, City Link's sales and marketing director, said: "These new depots will increase our capacity and will help us further enhance our commitment to our customers who are the very core of our operation.
From fiscal years2004 through 2007, the Army depots' total carryover significantly increased from $1.1 billion to $2.7 billion--about 7.6 months of work.
Griffin, AMC Commander, recognizing his leadership in guiding the Army toward the challenges of a new century while improving the manner in which the Army does business at its depots.