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This could only happen in a city on such a gusher of success and prosperity.
Remittances from Cubans abroad to relatives and friends on the island now total more than $3 billion a year — a gusher of money that has fueled the growth of the island's real state market.
Fruit Gushers are sweet, but Westbrook remains OKC’s most valuable recruiting tool, and George is obviously seeking to join a union rather than witness a solo act.
Gushers drilled in the Electra Field by W.T. Waggoner, a North Texas rancher, were the foundation for a downtown landmark building owned by XTO.
Still, the $8 million gusher of liberal money that Mr. Ossoff enjoyed leading up to the April vote only intensified during the two-month approach to the runoff.
The company generates gushers of cash, but its immense supply chain and logistical knowhow are often brought to bear for vanity projects like a $55 million camel beauty pageant.
The previous October-April measuring period was a gusher, too, with 44.52 inches of rain but was more golf-friendly.
The techniques led to gushers at old fields in Texas, North Dakota and Pennsylvania.
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Definition of gusher for English Language Learners
: someone or something that gushes; especially : an oil well that produces a large and forceful flow of oil
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