- n an especially rich vein of precious ore
- n a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)
- ARMAMENT Bonanza Defense manufacturers, sorely pressed for machine tools, last week struck a bonanza.
News & Articles
- Black Hole Bonanza! Dozens (Potentially) Found In Andromeda As Another Study Probes X-Rays
More than two DOZEN potential black holes have been found in the nearest galaxy to our own. As if that find wasn’t enough, another research group is teaching us why extremely high-energy X-rays are present in black holes. (...)Read the rest of Black Hole Bonanza! Dozens (Potentially) Found In Andromeda As Another Study Probes X-Rays [...]
June 17, 2013 - Universe Today
- Boomers' Babies Are a Bonanza for Business
Boomers' Babies Are a Bonanza for Business
June 17, 2013 - The Motley Fool
- Everyday anglers compete in Big Bass Bonanza
Most of the contestants in the annual Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza don't dress in the logo-encrusted togs of the bass tournament professionals. Instead, they tend to look like fishermen you'll meet at boat launching ramps and bait shops.
June 15, 2013 - The Log Cabin Democrat
- Brendan Barber in HRZone.co.uk
The news has angered the TUC; its general secretary Brendan Barber commented: "Britain's boardroom bonanza does not stop on retirement. Too many top directors have gone on closing or cutting schemes for their workforce, while keeping gold-plated...
- Rich Eisen in MarketWatch (press release)
I was put on this Earth to eat pizza,said Eisen, host of "NFL Total Access" on NFL Network, "I took my role as the representative of football fans everywhere seriously when assessing each slice, and I think 'The Big Bonanza' about sums up...
- Ferdinand Lundberg in Mathaba.Net
Lundberg noted "the other big bonanza of the revolution was the trans-Allegheny domains in which patriot speculators made and lost fortunes."