(1) No fact is to small to overlook, no nugget of information too insignificant to discard.(2) There's wisdom in the words, and I let them settle around me, feeling as if I've been handed a nugget of something valuable, something that might apply to me.(3) But it can also reward someone who tripped over a gold nugget on their way to pick up some more lumps of asphalt.(4) If you're able to endure this feeling of impending doom, however, there's a good chance you'll be rewarded at the end with a tiny nugget of hope and almost-joy.(5) In Socratic style he mines the best of each perspective for the gold nugget of truth.(6) This declaration resulted in gold nuggets and samples beginning to accumulate in private collections all over Russia.(7) Throughout the book, there are nuggets of gold, not to mention a completist's dream of regional brewing styles, phone numbers of breweries which accept visitors and tasting notes.(8) It does not matter that, on detailed analysis, it contained some valuable nuggets .(9) The well-known hoard of chemically inert gold, whose nuggets are not sharp enough to pierce the delegate membrane of a dragon's outer hide, forms a safe and comfortable nesting place.(10) This is a really enjoyable read, it does contain useful nuggets of information for anyone trying to live in Paris, it keeps you laughing, it will reinforce your prejudice that striking really is a the French national hobby.(11) Feeding is kept to the minimum, with tiny nuggets of shop bought ├ö├ç├┐punch crumb├ö├ç├û or very finely liquidised bread sparingly used.(12) As part of this dream, he sent a group off to the north to start building a sawmill, and, of course, they came back saying they had found gold nuggets .(13) Explaining the shape of gold nuggets has long been a problem, because they have neither the size nor the shape of gold fragments released from bedrock by weathering.(14) Nearby Wickenburg is a tiny town, founded in 1863 when Henry Wickenburg discovered gold nuggets in a rock formation that he called Vulture Mine.(15) Their paws are poised, ready to pounce on ideas and nuggets of information.(16) The Little House, at 32 Waterman Street, offers young children and their parents a play area and activities as well as favourite dishes such as cheese toasties, chicken nuggets , chips and toasted muffins.