Treasure Trove


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Treasure Trove

Informal; great wealth or a large amount of money.
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A donated treasure trove of early pictures from the Llangollen International Eisteddfod, including the first-ever Miss Wales in 1954 (above) has been welcomed by liaison officer Gethin Davies (above right)
Readers with a general knowledge of basic calculus will find this survey of recreational mathematics a treasure trove of fun.
Diggers making exploratory tunnels stumbled across the villa in the 18th century and subsequent excavations unearthed a treasure trove of art and ancient scrolls.
The Holburne Museum has exciting creative workshops for young people and houses a treasure trove of outstanding art from the past.
A TREASURE trove of jewellery and ornaments from one of the world's earliest civilisations has been recovered from a flooded bank vault in Baghdad.
Broadway Dance Center, on 57th Street and Broadway, is a five-story treasure trove.
PARIS-The January edition of the French show Maison & Objet proved to be a treasure trove of fashionable home textiles.
The Treasure Trove system in Scotland operates to protect portable antiquities and ensure their preservation in perpetuity for the benefit of the nation.
Excavations designated for equestrian events have uncovered what archaeologists have determined to be a treasure trove of antiquities, including a 2,500-year-old temple of the goddess Aphrodite that was used as a "love palace" in addition to its spiritual activities.
Aside from a treasure trove of language that reflects the word smithing talents of its author, the book is also an extended insider joke on early modern attitudes toward the body, sexuality, issues of age and gender, and transnational literary and cultural influences.
In fact, it has become a treasure trove of information critical to the ongoing success of the enterprise--now holding an estimated 60% of the average company's most vital business data (up from 33% in 1999).
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