take-home point


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take-home point

A critical concept or fact that an educator wishes to emphasize and to be remembered.
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The final take-home point is that you should trust the hair on the back of your neck--it's rarely wrong.
Take-home point 1: The SPF of tested SA sunscreens is reliable--so use them.
Here is a key take-home point: Not every program will be able to handle a sufficient number of cases to survive in the future.
"The take-home point from this article is: Guys, don't blow off symptoms or screenings, and adopt healthy lifestyles," said Mikkael Sekeres, MD, a cancer epidemiologist, to Health.com.
"The take-home point to some extent is that humans do things to make their life easier," said University of Nebraska anthropologist Raymond Hames.
Perhaps the take-home point, at least from Burt, is that self-determination should never mean that one is by oneself.
The take-home point is that potassium is necessary for cardiac contraction.
The take-home point here is that if you're in the market for a pickup or large vehicle, don't dismiss a small mpg improvement when considering your options--it can amount to serious savings, in fuel and money.