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Treasure-trove was then considered as an important branch of the revenue of the sovereign.
The real treasure trove was to be found in the students' innovations.
Every decade has its treasure trove of ignored publications.
The museum pays nothing-not a cent, not a euro-for this art trove.
There's a trove of material here for math teachers hoping to catch the attention of non-math students.
Even more troubling is what the government would need to do in order to access this trove of private information: ask for it.
Trackless sands, trusty camels, and a trove of prehistoric art.
It is a treasure trove of important and up-to-date information about the country and world's energy challenges.
But it's still a treasure trove and a gift to the future to have all these papers accessible.
Scientists have discovered that the pulp inside deciduous teeth is a treasure trove of fast-growing stem cells.
Natural compounds have proven to be a treasure trove of medicinal properties.
Once it matures, researchers should have access to an unprecedented trove of data about human behavior.
Municipal wastewater is a rich trove of organic materials that can yield a surprising number of treasures.
But it is accompanied by a huge trove of raw data, which can be manipulated to answer specific questions.
Deep under the ocean's surface lies a treasure trove of new life forms, fuel sources and knowledge.
But buried within is a trove of anonymous data on human movement and interaction.
The resulting trove of cells would capture all the genetic quirks of these complex diseases.
To its fans, it is a laudable effort by a publicly minded company to unlock a treasure trove of hidden knowledge.
The site is now home to a vast open-source trove on all things sporty.
And when those revelations don't manifest, it creates an expectation that the trove is neither useful nor significant.
Farther out to sea are still more snorkeling sites, each with its own treasure trove of undersea scenery and lively fish.
Find out how a trove of priceless antiquities survived.
Burning helped to preserve the rich trove of artifacts found amidst the charred floor materials.
Beyond the loading dock is a treasure trove of mammals, many of which never ventured anywhere near the sea.
Flat art is a treasure trove of information about how vision works, he says.
The huge new sample provided a treasure trove for us data-starved particle hunters.
Your local library is a trove of free entertainment.
The stories are not a formal history of war, but a treasure trove of individual feelings and personal recollections.

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