Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of insight.

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Examples

  • Two inspired insights from the preceding comments:

    L is for Learning Styles « An A-Z of ELT

  • No one else could have gotten those insights from the daughter of an icon who married another icon.

    Irena Medavoy: Why Oprah Will Be Missed

  • For example, when I say that Kagan would be different from Alito and Sotomayor because she went to Harvard Law and not Yale Law, I am not actually suggesting that this is a relevant difference between them, and that if we study the differences between Harvard and Yale we can gain insights into their views of thelaw.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Obama’s Diverse Shortlist

  • Inhabitat writer Kate Andrews was on the trip and shares her insights from the experience.

    Kate Andrews | Inhabitat

  • And the insights from the books she reads and the magical battles keep bouncing off each other in ways that make my head spin.

    A Bland and Deadly Courtesy

  • As you will read from my conversation with Bob, one of the most critical I-LABS insights is the extent to which personal interaction matters in early childhood learning.

    Leadership

  • Looking forward to more worthwhile security insights from the Safe & Savvy team!

    Get savvy! And get free Internet Security!

  • One of Darwin's underappreciated insights is that similar embryos can give rise to very different adults.

    Crossroads

  • As you will read from my conversation with Bob, one of the most critical I-LABS insights is the extent to which personal interaction matters in early childhood learning.

    Students

  • And the insights from the books she reads and the magical battles keep bouncing off each other in ways that make my head spin.

    skzbrust: Among Others by Jo Walton

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