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Treasure Trove

Informal; great wealth or a large amount of money.
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(66) Alan Ward, 'Treasure Trove and the Law of Theft', (1992) 1 International Journal of Cultural Property, 196 <http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayFulltext?type=1&fid=1033484&jid=JCP&volumeId=1&issueId=01&aid=1033480> Accessed 23 Nov.
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BP Plc (BP) (NYSE: BP), a company that supplies petroleum, solar energy, petrochemicals, bitumen, LPG, lubricants, aviation fuels and fuel cards, is looking forward to finding new oil troves in the North Sea, according to German head Uwe Franke as reported in Financial Times Deutschland.
With over 600 options, ranging from projects that take a few minutes to long-running activities over the course of a month, The Giant Encyclopedia Of Monthly Activities is a near-inexhaustible treasure trove of clever ideas.
For all who love theater and especially for hose who have been lucky enough to have any experience at all with the Guthrie, The Guthrie Theater is a treasure trove of a book and a welcome addition to personal and academic library Theatre History collections.
Beneath the forest's ground lies a treasure trove of minerals, petroleum, and natural gas.
Rather, a number of overlapping connections held the show together as Artschwager recycled from his archival treasure trove, often redeploying materials and motifs as sly sight gags and perceptual bluffs.
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.
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.