treasure house

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Synonyms for treasure house

a place where one keeps one's valuables


Words related to treasure house

a storehouse for treasures

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Birds of Paradise: Plumes & Feathers in Fashion opens at the Barnard Castle treasure house next week and promises to make a dramatic impact on visitors with its stunning creations for the catwalk.
The exhibition also draws upon Durham University's own Sudan Archive: a unique world-renowned treasure house of letters, records and images of colonial-era Sudan.
She moved Captain Kidd's Treasure House to Hattiesburg in 1999.
Visits to the charity shop will never be the same again for readers of The Treasure House, which, among other things, celebrates the importance of family and friendship and the benefits of recycling and 'upcycling'.
The National Library will host an exhibition - "Til kazynasy - kitep" ("Book - a treasure house of language") to mark World Book and Copyright Day and Kyrgyz book Day on April 23.
A selection of tapestries of such scope and quality is unprecedented," said Bernard Schotter, the administrator general of the Mobilier National, the French government's treasure house of furniture and furnishings.
It is a treasure house of Sikh history and culture.
It is a treasure house of B-complex vitamins, which are essential for the functioning of your metabolism.
But the jockey's victory wave proved spot on - by a head from Treasure House with Carlton House just behind in third.
But his victory wave proved spot on as he triumphed by a head from Treasure House with Carlton House third.
Dazu is a treasure house of Chinese art history as well as a fascinating insight into Chinese daily life.
The decorative armour and hand-crafted steel swords synonymous with the Japanese guardians of Royalty and nobility were used in yesterday's demonstration at the Treasure House Theatre, where visitors had the chance to learn about the culture and traditions of one of history's most feared fighting forces - whose complex suits of armour could take up to a year to make.
Hasaka, (SANA) -- More than 1000 archeological sites dating back to the Stone Age, Acadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Byzantine and Islamic periods have been excavated in Hasaka Province that shed light on the great history of the eastern region of Syria as a treasure house of ancient civilizations lived there.
He said that there is an urgent need to collect and collate this treasure house of information about her life before it is misplaced and damaged by the vagaries of time.
Already part- operationalised and running smoothly, this project is proving to be a treasure house for all those who are keen to understand the functioning of the Indian democracy.
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