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the school of life

The informal education one receives by learning from one's experiences, both good and bad, rather than a formal educational institution. My uncle might not have made it past grade school, but he's learned more from the school of life than most of our professors. A proper education is indeed important, but do not neglect the lessons you receive from the school of life.
See also: life, of, school
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His school of life had been sterner, and he was himself of sterner stuff.
Professor Lin Jian Hua, President of Peking University, said, "Dr Lui has been a passionate advocate of tertiary education development in China over the years, and I appreciate his altruistic support and contributions to Peking University, particularly our School of Life Sciences in the past years.
2 (ANI): The largest Bio-Incubator facility in Hyderabad, perhaps in India, with 20000 square feet built-up area was inaugurated at School of Life Sciences, University of Hyderabad (UoH), on the National Science Day.
Extraordinary Teens: School Of Life And Deaf C4, 10pm FACTUAL The Mary Hare boarding school for the deaf opens its doors for a year-in-the-life of three students.
Part of a series supported by The School of Life, an organization dedicated to making philosophy relevant to modern life, this book explores the work of early 20th century philosopher Henri Bergson.
As shown in table 5 and represented in figure 5, School of Life Sciences with 310 (28.
As far as I can remember, the only life lessons I received was from the school of life.
The institution has lodged proposals to construct a PS41million, 113,000 sq ft base to house a completely new school of life sciences and a relocated school of education.
Chavan, School of Life Sciences, SRTMUN 1 Microscope.
Around 800 researchers, lecturers and support staff at the University of Warwick's Medical School and School of Life Sciences have been warned that the departments are under-performing financially.
L ecturers, researchers and support staat the university's School of Life Sciences and the Warwick Medical School were called to meetings to hear about plans for cuts which could involve job losses.
He was formerly the dean of the School of Life Sciences at Jawaharlal Nehru University--a department he founded in 1970.
No library or Freudian couch for me this session; but rather an asphalt garden on a hot summer afternoon at the pop-up School of Life in Collingwood.
Joanna Blythman will talk in the St Chad's College chapel about her book, What to Eat, and it is also the venue for Thriving not Surviving, an event featuring four thinkers from The School of Life, a London-based enterprise specialising in good ideas for everyday life.
Bristol-Myers Squibb and Tsinghua University of Beijing, China, have entered a multi-year strategic partnership under which BMS will fund research efforts at Tsinghua's School of Life Sciences to identify and validate targets in oncology and immunoscience.
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