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nugget of wisdom

A particular or singular thing that someone has written or said which is especially wise, sagacious, or informative. Can also be used sarcastically to imply that what is said is banal, useless, or uninformative. My uncle loves to give advice, and he's never short of little nuggets of wisdom whenever we go to visit him. Thanks for that nugget of wisdom, Jeff. I'm sure sunbathing tips will really come in handy in Iceland!
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Still, there were nuggets of wisdom he imparted to all those in attendance.
Among the nuggets of wisdom he scattered were a fresh rerun on the vain Indian dream of having 'called Pakistan's nuclear bluff', with menacing emphasis on India's own triad of nuclear weapon's delivery, which was (sarcasm, dripping sarcasm!) not for Diwali fireworks; taking false credit for the dubious Balakot air strikes and destruction of phantom terror camps inside Pakistani territory; amending the constitution to facilitate return of Hindus 'oppressed' in Pakistan; to revisit the Indus Water Treaty; and finally wistfully lamenting his absence during the 1972 Simla Agreement signing, a 'golden opportunity' squandered to finally end the Kashmir dispute by returning occupied Pakistani territory and POWs captured in 1971 war.
Now, with evangelical zeal I'm happily telling everyone to tune into these nuggets of wisdom, humour, and life lessons.
Take our fun quiz to find out, and check out some of the Winnie the Pooh's most memorable nuggets of wisdom below.
He's urging Kenyans to "reject politics that targets individuals because of their race or ethnic background in a smear campaign", and politicians to borrow nuggets of wisdom from British wartime leader Winston Churchill, who said: "In war, you can only be killed once, but in politics many times." His contact is [email#160protected]HOSTILE HAWKERS: One who has always empathised with hawkers for struggling against heavy odds to fend for their families, Adamu Babu says he has realised that the portrayal is just a part of a more complex story.
He shared his expertise and nuggets of wisdom to aspiring comic book artists in a workshop.
This year's crop of 40 Under 40 young professionals offered several nuggets of wisdom that we would have done well to have taken to heart, oh, 30 or 40 years ago.
The interviewees an eclectic bunch of CEOs, actors, writers, music producers and athletes provide their own distinct views on how they came to be top class performers, and there certainly are a lot of tiny nuggets of wisdom worthy of emulation.
Scrolling through the numerous illustrations and nuggets of wisdom is an inspiring experience, and there's plenty to go through--enough for Gavino to compile into a book, Last Night's Reading (2015).
The goal of the book as stated by the author is to read, reflect, ponder, discuss and use her "nuggets of wisdom" to reflect on your own roles, thoughts and actions as teachers, mentors or educators.
Summary: Small nuggets of wisdom that go a long way to ensure optimal care of plants during winter in the UAE
I've made a career out of talking to some of the most interesting people around, and although I'm as 'ordinary' as they come (not 'normal' - who wants to be normal?), I hope you enjoy some of my nuggets of wisdom and mad ramblings I've picked up.
In case you missed them, here are some of the nuggets of wisdom President Trump offered 40,000 young people at the Boy Scouts of America Jamboree in West Virginia Monday:
I hope the combination of my experience within the media owner, media agency and executive search sectors will provide at least some nuggets of wisdom. If I could just paste the poem If by Rudyard Kipling here, then I would, as my lessons are mostly about people.
During my interview with Ron Nagy and Randy Kocher, the general manager and president of MPI/Labeltek, respectively, I got some great nuggets of wisdom regarding not only the converter's history and place within the label market, but also the greater label industry.