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hoard something up

to accumulate a large store of something against bad times. Scott was hoarding canned goods up for the hard times ahead. He hoarded up many pounds of canned tuna.
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The donation will ensure the entire Staffordshire Hoard, which was found in a field near Lichfield, will be kept together.
The new exhibition features never-before-seen footage of the actual excavation of the hoard in 1964, along with a striking display which shows the armour in its original state, adjacent to a replica which will help visitors envisage how the armour once looked.
The hoard's find spot is only a mile as the crow flies from that of another second century silver hoard found at Monknash in 2000, which compromised 103 denarii, buried a little earlier, around 150AD.
Birmingham Museums is looking for keen bakers to fashion some fabulous food inspired by the Staffordshire Hoard.
Little is known about the mechanisms that underpin the motivation to hoard food.
THIS hoard of Roman coins lay undiscovered in a Welsh field for 1,800 years.
Here are five things you should know about people who hoard and the environment in which they live.
The new exhibition features never-before-seen footage of the actual excavation of the hoard in 1964, along with a striking display which shows the armour in its current state, next to a replica which will help visitors envisage how it once looked.
Four exhibitions in England are trying to do that at present, three of them in the West Midlands displaying parts of the Staffordshire Hoard, two semi-permanent and one travelling, and the fourth at Cambridge featuring artefacts unearthed in eastern England, including at Royston (Hertfordshire) and the community archaeology site at Sedgeford (Norfolk).
com)-- The Staffordshire Hoard is the largest collection of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver metalwork ever found, anywhere in the world.
According to OGRA, in such situation, dealers do hoard the products to gain maximum profits on the stocked products.
THE Staffordshire Hoard has arrived back in the county where it was discovered.
Hoard fumbled on Minnesota's second possession at the Bucs 33, and Anderson's 46-yard field goal attempt sailed wide right after George marched from his 23 to the Tampa Bay 27 the third time the Vikings had the ball.
The board members include Marc Oswald of Brocade Systems Communications, Mark Hamel of Compaq, and Michael Hoard of IBM.
One of the most astonishing features of the Hoard is its size and degree of completeness.