nugget of information

nugget of information

A particular or singular thing that someone has written or said which is especially informative, interesting, useful, etc. Can also be used sarcastically to imply that what is said is banal, useless, or uninformative. Amidst the rather rambling speech delivered by the prime minister, there was one little nugget of information that voters would do well to keep in mind. This book is a fascinating read, and it's filled with nuggets of information about the war. Thanks for that nugget of information, Jeff. I'm sure sunbathing tips will really come in handy in Iceland!
See also: information, nugget, of
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Sharon, 49, of Ryhope, Sunderland, said: "I have always said that any small nugget of information could make the world of difference to this case.
Sometimes just a small nugget of information supplied during these intelligence-sharing sessions is all that's needed to kickstart an investigation.
But it is still worth a moment of your time digesting these nugget of information that dropped in at ECHO Towers this week courtesy of Everton stats man Gavin Buckland.
You never know when a nugget of information will suddenly fall into place as the vital clue to solve a puzzle.
It's unclear how much longer this nugget of information will be listed in the proxy.
The Hollywood actor spilled this nugget of information at the Celebrity Fight Night in Tuscany, Italy, on Sunday.
Sgt Jones accompanied this nugget of information with a photo of a big orange battering ram which was presumably going to be used to gain entry to the home of an unsuspecting suspect.
I dread to think what vital nugget of information has been shoved out of my brain to accommodate that fact - probably something to do with tying knots, trapping a mongoose or lighting a fire using only flint and bracken.
This nugget of information says a lot about Scunthorpe and its inhabitants.
If that nugget of information didn't make you choke on your rowie, nothing will.
Every little nugget of information is crucial in attempting to build the jigsaw which will eventually convict the killer pariahs.
I thought I'd share this nugget of information with the boys in work stating that wrinkled hands obviously made the handles of spades, rakes and shovels easier to grip during downpours.
In all this hype over rolling out reforms on Friday, we missed one small nugget of information.
I don't think anyone with so much as a passing interest in the polar regions could skim through the handbook and fail to find at least one useful nugget of information to take away (having put together several polar expeditions myself, I read the advice about mental preparation with interest and came away with some new ideas), but whether those nuggets are value enough to warrant investing in a whole book remains to be seen.
It's just one mind-boggling nugget of information from this all new documentary series.