Skinny tie tells me that it was found in a storage locker in 2011 and auctioned for $2.1 million.
A&E's storage Wars goes through foreclosed storage units to find items to resell.
The four boxes were placed in a storage shed, where their contents would weather and fade along with the memories of Raymond.
There are three models, with 16, 32, and 64 gigabytes of storage, priced at $199, $299, and $399, respectively.
He then began randomly firing at other students who were running out of the classroom or towards a storage closet.
Another rough frame shed of about the same size is needed for the storage of tools, oils and supplies.
Harwood would have a storage problem on his hands in a day or so.
Looks like they're firing at the main jets, but they've ripped open three storage holds, too.
Late infections may not show at picking time, but develop on the fruit in storage.
A house is usually healthier if the cellar is not used for storage.
storage stor·age (stôr'ĭj)
The second of three stages in the memory process, involving mental processes associated with retention of stimuli that have been registered and modified by encoding.
(Or "memory") A device into which data can be entered, in which it can be held, and from which it can be retrieved at a later time. The distinguishing characteristics of a device are its capacity (the number of bytes it can hold), its access speed, whether it is volatile (loses data when the power is turned off), removeable and/or writeable. Common examples are DRAM, hard disk, CD-ROM, Flash memory.