- n. alternative spelling of gold mine.
“LONG: Let's talk about what has happened in Britain, particularly focus on yesterday, though, the thwarted bombings involving the two cars, did not involve airplanes, it wasn't -- it wasn't that significant, but at the same time, the materials in the cars have been described as a goldmine because they have could have done significant damage.”
“If you are a Mike Watt or a Minutemen fan the site is a friggin 'goldmine.”
“The goldmine is the relationship management .. the ability to connect to users and have that managed for you.”
“Not bad, but not really enough to consider farming them a "goldmine" job, either...”
“Nevertheless, the site is one of those "goldmine" Catholic sites put together out of love and full of good things.”
“He frequently visits the "goldmine" aka garbage dump up at their cottage and comes home with all kinds of toys, dolls, etc. not to mention all the other stuff, I think I counted 6 blenders, 4 vacuums, 3 lawnmowers and 5 or 6 coffeemakers in his shedthat his wife lovingly washes and scrubs and then they give them to my friend's two children as gifts.”
“Bible.com Inc sued the company's board members, accusing the ordained ministers of failing to profit from the "goldmine" potential of the namesake Internet property, according to a lawsuit.”
“WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) - A shareholder of Bible.com Inc sued the company's board members, accusing the ordained ministers of failing to profit from the "goldmine" potential of the namesake Internet property, according to a lawsuit.”
“Other investors felt they were losing a 'goldmine' before new big products start to hit markets from 2015.”
“One key reason having Medicare information is a virtual "goldmine" for fraudsters, according to Montemorra, is the system's "pay and chase" system -- under the law, Medicare must send out payments within a very short time period.”
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