goldmine goldmine  /ˈɡoʊld ˌmaɪn/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a good source of something that is desired
  2. (n) a mine where gold ore is found

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  • Tokuda's exploits have proved to be a goldmine for Glory Quest, which first launched an "old man" series, Maniac Training of Lolitas, in December 2004.

News

  1. Why You Should Get Financial Advice From Wall St Doormen

    I recently wrote a piece about parking valets, and how they were a goldmine of information for luxury car designers. One of the comments from a reader made me laugh. Then it made me think. It was from a user called D-Livs, who wrote:
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Forbes

  2. GoldMine Teams with EarthLink to Offer Cloud Workspace to Users

    GoldMine®, a leading customer relationship management provider for small and medium businesses, today announced GoldMine users can now transform their instance of GoldMine into a s
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance

  3. Healthcare leaders to Senate finance committee: “Transparency can only go so far”

    “CMS is sitting on so much data; it’s a goldmine,” said Giovanni Colella, CEO and co-founder of Castlight Health, before the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance on Tuesday. “Making that data accessible will help everyone better understand quality of care and cost of care.” But data alone won’t drive down healthcare costs. Colella joined TIME [...]
    on June 19, 2013     Source: MedCity News

Quotes

  1. "This information is a potential goldmine for organised crime and could even compromise national security," said LibDem Shadow Defence Secretary Nick Harvey.
    on Oct 13, 2008 By: Nick Harvey Source: Javno.hr

  2. "This is a goldmine," Roddenberry said of the footage. "With the enormous success of the new movie, now is the perfect time for us to share what made 'Star Trek' so special with its legions of new and old fans worldwide."
    on May 20, 2009 By: Gene Roddenberry Source: TheCelebrityCafe.com

  3. "The HHS secretary has a goldmine of data, the ability to get more data, dozens of agencies, and tens of thousands of public servants at his disposal. That is quite a toolbox with which to seek fair drug prices for seniors. It is time to open that...
    on Jan 12, 2007 By: Max Baucus Source: Consumer Affairs

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