Recent Examples of trove from the Web
The essay is available online as part of The New School History Project, a site where students curate a trove of recovered archival material to provoke critical and informed discussion.
But the leak of a trove of documents from a Panamanian law firm last year suggested that the flats may have been owned by his children, via various offshore companies.
Moreover, the Kremlin is willing to share troves of incriminating documents from the Crown Prosecutor.
The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity asked all 50 states last week for a trove of information about their voters, a move that made election analysts and privacy advocates uncomfortable.
Another treasure trove of volunteer activities is available at the Share Charlotte website.
It is considered a treasure trove of information, providing new insights into everything from climate in the region to annual rainfall, insect populations, and the types of plants that inhabited the Gulf Coast before humans arrived in the new world.
But with its treasure trove of architecture, art (and tapas, too), Zaragoza is worth a closer look.
Start with: Where to Visit Before Your Friends Do Afropop WorldwideHosted by the irresistibly charming Georges Collinet, this program from Public Radio International offers a treasure trove of musical discovery.
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Origin and Etymology of trove
short for treasure trove
First Known Use: 1888See Words from the same year
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