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to store up (supplies or money), usually well beyond one's needs

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The Hoard is a uniquely important part of England's heritage, striking at the heart of our national DNA, and consequently its preservation was imperative.
Incredibly, when the hoard was first discovered, it was like finding a time capsule from the past - a stunningly-preserved piece of history, found in an iron-bound, leather-covered wooden chest buried in the ground, which revealed a great deal about our Roman ancestors.
A 15th-16th century silver pendant, a 17th century silver gilt finger ring, and a Late Bronze Age hoard was found in Penllyn, Vale of Glamorgan.
Their edible artistic endeavours will be judged by the Staffordshire Hoard conservation team, currently winning acclaim for its work in preserving and researching the 4,000 items of gold, silver, jewellery and weaponry found in a field at Hammerwich, near Lichfield, in 2009.
There, it was discovered the hoard consisted of 4,854 Roman coins from between AD 238 and 274.
Individuals who hoard may exhibit a number of different behaviors such as an inability to throw away possessions, indecisiveness about what to keep or throw away, severe anxiety when attempting to discard items or when people touch their belongings and an obsessive fear of running out of an item.
Kevin Booth, senior curator at English Heritage, said: "The Corbridge Hoard is one the most remarkable Roman finds of the past century.
It is no surprise, in contrast, that the exhibitions of the Staffordshire Hoard concentrate on the finds as such.
Every passing day reveals even more unknown facts about the hoard, its history and its heritage but what is know is that where it was found - near Watling Street - was one of the major thoroughfares of Roman Britain and was presumably still in use when the hoard was buried.
The glittering collection, the largest-ever hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold, will be on show in Stoke-on-Trent from Saturday.
Chris Doleman sacked King, forcing a fumble that John Randle recovered at the Bucs' 22 to set up Minnesota's first touchdown, a 1-yard run by Hoard.
If you haven't seen the Hoard before you will be amazed by the degree of craftsmanship it contains - the filigree is incredible.
Many people do not realize that often the person who is hoarding is often times expending a great deal of money and economic resources due to their insatiable proliferation in the creation of the items they hoard.
THE race is on to keep a race is on to keep a coin hoard - which was coin hoard - which was discovered in one of the discovered in one of the North East's most historic lo North East's most historic locations - in the region.