Examine it for the nuggets of truth
, and then disregard the rest.
NUGGETS OF TRUTH
Peter Andre in his advert for Iceland
Nuggets of truth
, teaching points are along the bottom of each page, while the top has the story line with sweet illustrations.
The Price Of Everything isn't just a moral commentary but a fascinating insight into universal human behaviour, with little-known nuggets of truth
and wisdom on every page.
They aren't Christmas cracker jokes - hopefully there are nuggets of truth
in them - but although it's not political and won't change the world, it can lift people.
Gone, at least for now, are the days when the commercial leasing rumor mill was abuzz with juicy gossip, speculation, conjecture and its share of gold nuggets of truth
It's just one of the little nuggets of truth
the presenter and homes guru throws into the conversation when talking about Property Ladder.
I believe, though, that even when the Da Vinci Code is itself de-coded, even when the small nuggets of truth
are separated from the huge amount of dross, something remains.
The reader will be armed with nuggets of truth
about how to navigate through the often nebulous, unpredictable waters known as corporate America.
To this end, I keep discovering obscure books, which provide nuggets of truth
This contained the hard nuggets of truth
unearthed by the smartest nation on earth in a decade of monitoring.
Police who spent three tortuous years getting John Drewe to court, speak with frustration and respect for a man called The Puppet Master, who regards the Joy of Cold Revenge by Kam Kavanagh as essential reading, and coats nuggets of truth
with layer upon layer of deceit.
These private thoughts often contain nuggets of truth
Four nuggets of truth
are explored through the "Lady in the Mirror" presentation.
It's true that dreams can contain nuggets of truth
and be influenced by real-life situations, but it's also true that they can be completely meaningless and nonsensical.