gold rush

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Synonyms for gold rush

a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)

a large migration of people to a newly discovered gold field

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The Gold Rush Manicure by Models Own is an exclusionary salon experience priced from $2,500 to $10,000 and up.
Malabar Gold & Diamonds held the 4th prize distribution ceremony for winner of its Great Gold Rush campaign at its Murabbah-Lulu Hypermarket in Riyadh.
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The Gold Rush campaign provided customers the opportunity to win 305 gold prizes with a total worth of 4 kg of gold.
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Hargraves (1816-1891), a former hotelier and cattle farmer, played a small part in the California gold rush of 1849.
But auctioneers said its connection to the 19th century Gold Rush helped boost its value.
Brands noted in the NPR documentary The Gold Rush, "What the gold rush did was to give people permission to take risks, to gamble on life, in a way that they hadn't been willing to gamble before.
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Excitement builds as Munford catches gold fever, rides the Whitehorse Rapids, and pans for gold in the great Klondike Gold Rush.
With Gold trading around $900 and ounce, the Gold Rush is on, don't miss out.
IT COULD become South Wales' 21st century version of a US Gold Rush.
The nine-week Gold Rush initiative will run in all 53 depots until the end of May covering both Bestway and Batleys.
The author attributes their "rural culture unlike any other in American history" to a transference of their inflated Gold Rush dreams; "they turned to agriculture and rural life with the same intensity of expectation that had brought them to California in the first place," gambling on agriculture as they had on mining.
GOLD RUSH GRUB: FROM TURPENTINE STEW TO HOOCHINOO is recommended for two types of collections: those strong in early Western pioneer history, and those strong in regional American cookbooks.