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Treasure Trove

Informal; great wealth or a large amount of money.
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The Trove Property is a direct extension of the south west mineralized trend that Bonterra is currently exploring on its Gladiator gold deposit and Coliseum gold property.
At first glance, it seems instinctive to go straight to the Trove search bar and type in what you're looking for.
The Tea Trove will soon launch its new line of healthy snacks with nuts and dry fruits to accompany the tea.
William Bartlett, the diver who tracked down the trove, said that "the gold looks like it fell into the water yesterday.
Thanks to DataMi's technology, select AT&T wireless customers can enjoy Trove and view many articles without impacting their data plan limits, said Vijay Ravindran, CEO of Washington, D.
For instance, if I curate a trove on happiness, people interested in happiness might not go to The Daily Beast or The Atlantic to look for stories on happiness, but they might see stories from those sources in my trove.
MUNICH (TAP) - A Berlin art historian is helping prosecutors investigate a trove of about 1,500 artworks found in a Munich apartment.
2) This paper will discuss briefly the essential facts of this litigation and how it was decided, followed by a broader discussion of the law of treasure trove and how the position in Scotland compares with that of England and Wales.
pounds 1,000,000: Terry Herbert stumbled on a trove of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver in 2009 near Burntwood, Staffs.