rich seam

rich seam

A multifaceted topic that provides a lot of interesting material for discussion or writing. Judy's childhood experiences were a rich seam for her as she wrote her first novel.
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Bamford has struck a rich seam of goal-scoring form at just the right time as Pulis looks for a big final push.
With Nathan Austin fit again and George Oakley enjoying a rich seam of scoring form Robertson saw little risk in allowing Baird to join Jim Duffy's side.
Gore frequently trumps giggles in Christopher Landon's picture but the tantalising dramatic conceit of a distraught heroine, Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe, left) stuck in a tragic groove provides screenwriter Scott Lobdell with a rich seam of black humour.
Gore frequently trumps giggles during Happy Death Day but the tantalising dramatic conceit of a distraught heroine stuck in a tragic groove provides screenwriter Scott Lobdell with a rich seam of black humour and female empowerment.
Sweet Pizza strikes me as a great class novel--it is layered, there are many issues worthy of discussion and further research (heritage, immigration, war, discrimination, families) and the oral history of Nonno is a rich seam worth mining--it's the sort of book that improves the more you share it with others.
RTE executive producer for arts Sarah Ryder said: "Painting the Nation aims to reveal the rich seam of amateur painters working quietly and without fanfare across the country.
Each one of us living here can only benefit by understanding more about the rich seam of stories and poetry in a variety of forms that emanate from the UAE; we will certainly be the richer for it," Isobel Abulhoul, CEO and Trustee of the Emirates Literature Foundation and Festival Director of the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, said in a statement.
And then the rich seam is exhausted and the whole sad circus moves on.
An indulgent thick chocolate fudge icing coats the outer, along with an internal rich seam.
AS far as programme-makers are concerned, the law is a rich seam to be mined for dramatic gold, and they have done so brilliantly with Garrow's Law.
The saga follows young Tim Beckdolt, who discovered a rich seam of gold in Arizona's Desperation Peak--only to have his claim jumped by the Swedish giant Sven and the Virginia murderer Bonnet.
Paddy Merrigan has hit a rich seam of form since joining Peter Bowen's yard and was on the mark again when kidding Tarkesar to a cheeky win over Mr Tee Pee in the 2m4f handicap hurdle.
These texts provide a rich seam of evidence concerning common cultural assumptions.
The book represents a rich seam of radiological 'pearls' that assist in chest interpretation.
tie, his wife and their nine children eventually ended up in a communal flat in Nizhny Novgorod--a rich seam of stories in itself.