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depository

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdepositoryde‧pos‧i‧to‧ry /dɪˈpɒzətəri $ dɪˈpɑːzətɔːri/ noun (plural depositories) [countable]  KEEP/STOREa place where something can be safely keptdepository adjective
Examples from the Corpus
depositoryThe research will be based on archival sources and newspaper and government reports held in depositories in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.Plans are also afoot to transform the disused salt mines of Saxony and Thuringia into depositories for toxic waste.The poem is not the depository for the feelings and reactions of the poet trying to share secrets with the reader.
From Longman Business Dictionarydepositoryde‧pos‧i‧to‧ry /dɪˈpɒzətəridɪˈpɑːzətɔːri/ noun (plural depositories) [countable]1ORGANIZATIONSFINANCEan organization where the formal documents showing who owns shares, bonds, etc can be kept safelyThe bank will serve as a depository for the shares during the takeover battle2a place where goods can be kept safelythe Dallas book depository night depository3LAW statements and EVIDENCE prepared for use in a court caseThe case depository — nearly 20,000 pages of evidence — was to be stored at Mr Petrone’s law offices.
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