pro tip

pro tip

A piece of advice from an expert or professional. The phrase is often used humorously to introduce unnecessary or obvious advice. Pro tip: keep the knife away from your fingers when you chop vegetables. The plumber gave me a few pro tips to fix that problem if it happens again.
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His pro tip: 'I would begin an essay by either defining what I'm talking about, describing something or someone or quoting someone.
PRO TIP: Machine baste the vent opening closed to keep it stable while positioning the folds.
He provides handy advice throughout, sometimes boxed in a "Pro Tip" sidebar.
You'll be so happy to have them around (pro tip: try them in your next batch of hummus), and they keep for months in the fridge.
Pro Tip: Line refrigerator trays and drawers with a protective, dishwasher safe layer to make it easy to wipe spills clean.
Pro tip: Pair it with sparkling, fruity white wine for an even festive holiday dining.
Pro tip: If your canned pumpkin already contains some of the spices listed, consider skipping adding them to the overall recipe.
And here's a pro tip: New punches have sharp edges that can damage the work piece so it's a good practice to chamfer these edges by chucking the punch in a hand drill and spinning it against a file until you achieve about a 1/64" angled edge.
Pro tip: The sales team is a great resource to get participants from across the globe.
Pro tip: Lift your knee higher for a cleaner and more effective movement.
Pro tip: Check ahead of any emergencies to see what payment options your emergency veterinarian offers.
Pro Tip from a Choreographer: "Time, space, capacity, budget, touring, shipping and storage costs--all of that needs t-o be part of the discussion."--Jessica Lang
Pro tip: Use natural made products that are high in hydrating organic ingredients with only natural fragrances.
Pro tip: apply evenly to clean damp hair--from roots to ends to nourish locks.