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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Take-home point 2: All products tested had SPF and UVA test data that complied with existing standards.
The take-home point is that right now we really don't have any evidence that these omega3 fatty acids prevent symptomatic atrial fibrillation in paroxysmal patients," Dr.
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 even if you normally perform workouts that are the polar opposite of what is being described here because you believe in what you're doing and have had great success with it, then by all means stay with the status quo.
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.
But here's the real take-home point, hon: You don't have to be intimidated or constrained by other folks' attempts to nuance the verbal expression of their identity.