gold mine

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a good source of something that is desired

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a mine where gold ore is found

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If he had but stayed at home he would have discovered his genius in time really to start some new variety of awful architectural hare and run it till it burrowed in a gold mine.
An orchard, good tillage, good grounds, seem a fixture, like a gold mine, or a river, to a citizen; but to a large farmer, not much more fixed than the state of the crop.
An' if him an' father 'd held onto the land it'd been better than a gold mine, an' I wouldn't be workin' for a livin'.
Though such a piece of news was like a gold mine to work in the monotonous lives of these personages, the observant and distrustful chevalier thought he recognized in the worthy woman a far more extended sentiment; namely, the joy caused by the triumph of self-interest.
The agreement of privilege with the government stipulated that Pharaoh Gold Mines fund the Sukari Project alone, but the company will have the right to retrieve the cost and spending from the income from purchase.
With the opening of the Sivrihisar gold mine in Eskisehir, and Efemcukuru gold mines in Izmir in 2011 the number of gold mines in Turkey will reach 7 and annual gold production will reach 30 tons," said Kose.
Their Bonanza and East Bay projects in the Red Lake mining district are being transferred to a newly created company, Premier Gold Mines Ltd.
In 1979, Zortman-Landusky became one of the first gold mines in the world to start using "heap leaching" technology, which allowed mining companies to increase production.
Long-abandoned North American gold mines and contemporary small-scale artisanal mines in the Amazon are an ongoing source of mercury, which is bioaccumulating in food fish.
It sounds like a harsh generalization, but even in the environmentally regulated United States most of the contemporary gold mines are massive holes in the earth, draining aquifers, clearing landscape and habitat, and requiring huge quantities of sodium cyanide to be sprayed on crushed ore.
Figure 10: Gold Mining Industry, China, Major Gold Mines by Gold Content in the Ore Resources (tons), 2009 28
According to Frank Grebenc, mine manager of Hemlo Gold Mines Inc.
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