Recent Examples of trove from the Web
Today, Andrea Baresel-Brand, scientific coordinator for the German Lost Art Foundation, says that approximately 1,000 artworks from the trove are still being investigated, a task that now falls to her organization.
Serious nerds will find the best trove at the St. Louis Fed’s invaluable FRED site.
Hotel operators already have a trove of data about the preferences and behavior of their frequent guests, said Bjorn Hanson, a professor at the Jonathan M. Tisch Center for Hospitality and Tourism at New York University.
Edward Snowden, who leaked a trove of documents from the National Security Agency, has been able to avoid prison by gaining political refuge in Russia.
Many security experts question the ability of health care companies and providers to safeguard vast troves of electronic medical records and other sensitive data, particularly at a time when cybercriminals are targeting medical information.
Walker’s film is a treasure trove of archival materials, which are seamlessly pieced together with contemporary footage of the surviving group members.
YouTube Music takes advantage of YouTube’s position as perhaps the Internet’s deepest trove of online music.
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Origin and Etymology of trove
short for treasure trove
First Known Use: 1888
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