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Garage

The floor of the NYSE, which is situated on the north side of the main trading floor.

Garage

A trading floor on the New York Stock Exchange that is an annex to the main floor. It is located on the north side of the main floor.

Garage

An annex floor to the main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
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Five-car family: The house of Carole Poultney's family was self-built by a previous owner, with a garage big enough for her seven-seater Mitsubishi Space Wagon.
The new non-profit organization, which received a Mayoral Award for community development, first purchased three deteriorating parking facilities from the City and substantially upgraded them: two lots on either side of 168th Street north of Jamaica Avenue with 550spaces, and a 540-car garage at Archer Avenue and 165th Street.
According to him, "Dream Garage is the solution to my problem.
For people who are wondering which size parts they need to purchase, DIY Garage Door Parts offers more info about this and other common questions on their user-friendly website.
8220;Over the years, we have service garage doors on more expensive homes.
The cost of a professional garage organization varies depending on the size of the job, the number of workers needed and the price of storage products purchased through the organizer.
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uk and in April the top 50 large and small garages will be shortlisted.
Between the people at my work and churches helping us out, our garage was soon crammed with donated items," Ed said.
In fact during the sales process we had interest from many different types of investors however the winning bid was from the occupant of the garage.
A remastered reel-to-reel tape recorded by Levan at the members-only club in 1979, the two-disc set finds Levan in a festive disco mood, intertwining commercial hits (Cher's "Take Me Home," Melba Moore's "Pick Me Up I'll Dance," Stephanie Mills's "Put Your Body in It"), international dance-floor gems (T-Connection's "At Midnight," Munich Machine's "Get on the Funk Train," Crown Heights Affair's "Dreaming a Dream"), and Garage staples (the Supremes' "Let Yourself Go," Janice McClain's "Smack Dab in the Middle," the Chi-Lites' "My First Mistake").
Garage Guru offers a carefully engineered and expanded line that includes workbenches, open and closed storage closets, sports equipment cabinets and hanging brackets, storage for tools, recycling and rubbish centers, bike storage, potting benches, and other accessories built with the strength and durability required for items typically stored in a garage.