Treasure Trove


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Treasure Trove

Informal; great wealth or a large amount of money.
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For participants below 7 years, an adult companion must be present while kids are inside the Treasure Trove.
The 'three cardinal elements' of treasure trove were that the object should have been made of precious metal (silver or gold), it should have been intentionally hidden by a person who had the intention to return for it at a later time, and the original owner, or his successor, should have been unknown and untraceable.
Nevertheless, this book is an indispensable reference and a wonderful treasure trove of information about medical entomology.
Rhythm: One on One is a treasure trove of movement games that will solve virtually any problem a student might encounter when studying an instrument.
A treasure trove of facts embellished with plenty of illustrative color for added effect.
With its emphasis on family records and genealogy, the Mormon church then created a treasure trove of details about those people.
This is a day of discovery for the cub as he curiously investigates a rock that turns out to be a paiinted turtle, finds a treasure trove of delicious blackberries, experiences an anxious moment with a large bull moose, and survives a treetop scrapt with a snarling bobcat defending her young.
A TREASURE trove of photos charting the International Eisteddfod's early history has been handed to festival bosses.
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.
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