- n. Plural form of lesson.
“There are other lessons than spelling and grammar to be learned in Washington, lessons of democracy, too, in their way.”
“I grew up on Cape Cod and took both piano and violin lessons from a very early age.”
“What he is going to suggest is militarily what he will do as commander in chief is take what he calls the lessons of success in the surge of Iraq and apply it to Afghanistan.”
“Once every two weeks we get out for errands and violin lessons, that is it!”
“In his speech, Rosengren recalled lessons from the Japanese banking crisis of the 1990s, which Rosengren studied extensively as an economic researcher.”
“We could learn a few lessons from the folks who own half our deficit.”
“It seems to me that a teacher who views using technology in lessons in terms of “allowing students to go online” is probably not using it very effectively.”
“I don't know a thing about rentals in Morelia but I can tell you that a great place for salsa dancing and lessons is La Casa de la Salsa, facing Plaza Morelos at the end of the Calzada Fray Antonio de San Miguel.”
“Earlier this week, we published a post by Liz Scherer on what she called “the incredible disappearing woman,” and lessons from the famed chef, Mollie Katzen, on dealing with ageism in your career.”
“Jen Consalvo on 3 lessons from the unsigned contract”
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