Thursday, 15 October 2015

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The place where persons, things, animals, etc are kept, grown, exhibited, stored

The place where persons, things, animals, etc are kept, grown, exhibited, stored is called?

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*      Aeroplanes are kept in a hangar.

*      Athletic competitions are held in a stadium.

*      Athletic exercises are performed in a gymnasium.

*      Astronomical observations are made in an observatory.

*      Bees are kept in an apiary.

*      Birds are kept in a cage, an aviary.

*      Birds and animals are exhibited in a zoo.

*      Clothes are kept in a wardrobe.

*      Clothes or linen are washed and ironed in a laundry.

*      Dead bodies are buried in a cemetery.

*      Dead bodies are cremated in a crematorium.

*      Fishes are kept in an aquarium.

*      Fruit trees are grown in an orchard.

*      Gas is stored in a cylinder.

*      Goods are stored in a depot.

*      Grains are stored in a granary.

*      Grapes are grown in a vineyard.

*      Guns are kept in an armoury.

*      Historical relics or curios are kept in a museum.

*      Luggage at a railway station is kept in a cloakroom.

*      Medicines are compounded in a dispensary.

*      Motorcars are kept in a garage.

*      Plates, dishes, pots and other cooking utensils are washed in a scullery.

*      Scientific experiments are conducted in a laboratory.

*      Sick people are treated in a hospital.

*      Ships are built or repaired in a dock.

*      Ships are loaded or unloaded in a quay.

*      Water is collected and stored in a reservoir.

*      Wild animals are kept in a menagerie, zoo.

*      Wine and other provisions are stored (underground) in a cellar.


*      Young plants grow in a nursery.

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