Aladdin's cave


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Aladdin's cave

n
1. a place containing fabulous riches
2. a place where something is abundant: an Aladdin's cave of presents for children.
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Ah Amazon, that infinite Aladdin's cave, which contains everything one would ever wish for in this world.
Tucked away on the top floor of 125 High Street in Auchterarder is an Aladdin's Cave of stationery and balloons to cover every occasion.
POLICE have uncovered an "Aladdin's cave" of fake goods, drugs and cash in a string of raids in Bridgend.
In a garage at an address in Pendre police uncovered what they describe as "an Aladdin's cave" of counterfeit watches, handbags, clothes and accessories such as headphones.
The set is supposed to resemble some sort of grocer's Aladdin's cave where curios and bric-a-brac sit alongside DIY tools, musical instruments and household products.
AN ALADDIN'S cave of suspected stolen items has been recovered by police.
Expect a magical 3D flying carpet ride, laughout-loud jokes and an Aladdin's cave of lavish sets and costumes.
An aladdin's cave with something for everyone and every occasion.
AN ALADDIN'S Cave of lost, stolen and seized property is set to go under the hammer at a police auction.
For any 2-Tone fan this place is a must-see, but for music fans and Coventrians generally, it's like a little Aladdin's cave of local history and music memorabilia.
However, amongst the international moguls running the world the UK is known as Aladdin's Cave and they are welcome here to do business.