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Repository commonly refers to a storage location, often for safety or preservation.
Repository may also refer to:
- Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, British periodical published 1809-1829, commonly called Ackermann's Repository
- The Repository, daily newspaper serving the greater Canton, Ohio area
- Deep geological repository for radioactive waste
- Institutional repository, digital collections of a university's scholarly research
- Disciplinary repository, repository for academic papers in a particular subject area
- Serum repository, facility that stores frozen serum for future retrieval and study
- Component repository management, field of configuration management
- Repository (version control), a concept from distributed revision control that refers to a data structure
- Repository clone, concept from distributed revision control
- Repository Open Service Interface Definition, O.K.I. specification that defines the storing and retrieving of digital content
- Software repository, storage location from which software packages may be retrieved and installed on a computer
- Repository (design pattern), a software design pattern
- Digital repository, also known as a virtual or digital library
- Information repository, developed to mitigate problems arising from data proliferation
- National Mine Map Repository, U.S. government-run facility assuming the responsibility of storing information extracted from mining maps, including pictures of the actual maps
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