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Loudoun Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj said Winsome Price “was an amazing woman, a loving mother, and someone that was a treasure to her family and our community.”

That includes planning for threatened World Heritage sites designated as cultural or natural treasures by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.

Instead of staring at the ceiling in my studio apartment, I found myself scanning the ground for edible treasure.

Mushroom Hunting at the End of the WorldDanny PalumboNovember 12, 2020Eater

Just as one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, the scale of noise appreciation is a sliding scale.

De La Rochebrochard says he does not know whether he can keep the old treasure, Au Vieux Paris D’Arcole, going.

Would she take all this treasured, stored-up love and longing which he was aching to cast at her feet?

The Tree of KnowledgeMrs. Baillie Reynolds

He had opened his eyes some minutes before, and on catching sight of his treasured football he began to grin.

The Booming of Acre HillJohn Kendrick Bangs

We were on the verge of making come true the treasured vision of months—we were about to become abandoned farmers.

No wonder, therefore, that they are guarded and treasured by a tribe as its most precious possession.

Samuel could not but communicate to Saul the treasured thoughts of his lifetime regarding the way to govern Israel.

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