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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!
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Of special note is the inclusion of helpful sidebars throughout "The Art of Coloring Wood" offering tips, mistakes, and countless nuggets of information.
Most of the models have boards next to them explaining their name and interesting nuggets of information such as the fact the Diplodocus could grow as long as three double decker buses.
The CompTIA Managed Services Community pulled back the curtain Monday to reveal some of the nuggets of information IT channel professionals reserve for their closest industry friends.
The vlogs are personal and capture the musicians in their many moods and settings, and are a must for anyone wanting some nuggets of information from successful people in any field.
With the imminent arrival of the GS, we're excited to share facts and figures and nuggets of information people may have not been privy to before.
I can imagine some children spending a long time looking at all the small little nuggets of information.
It's been figuring out ways to sift through all the repositories, all the data streams, all the documents, and all the communications out there in order to identify and deliver the nuggets of information meaningful to the decision-maker at the moment he or she needs it.
Apart from this, they can tune their products up in the light of research conducted on nuggets of information, available to them.
Levinson includes helpful notes throughout the book to further explain some of the more confusing aspects of politics (like the electoral college), as well as interesting nuggets of information (Chelsea Clinton's code name was "Energy" during Bill Clinton's presidency).
Use these nuggets of information to spruce them up.
The book contains mini quizzes, little fact boxes that allow young minds to scoop up nuggets of information - such as: 99% of all the animals that have ever lived are extinct - a timeline and a glossary of difficult words.
Those little golden nuggets of information from the way he sees things and the way he reads things, it's brilliant.
As I watched the little dears bash it as hard as they could, I was reminded of Defra and the way it releases nuggets of information on the new CAP, little bit by precious little bit.
To help alleviate the shortage of trained and skilled data analysts in business, statisticians Larose and Larose explain the models and techniques to uncover hidden nuggets of information, offer insight into how the data mining algorithms really work, and allow readers to experience data mining on large data sets.
Many blogging events focus on a certain niche, which can often make you feel alienated if you don't quite fall into that category, but the aim with Blognix is to cover topics that will equip any Blogger with useful nuggets of information to help make their blog work for them.