That, being convened from different parts of the country, they brought with them and communicated to each other a variety of useful information
. That, in the course of the time they passed together in inquiring into and discussing the true interests of their country, they must have acquired very accurate knowledge on that head.
He has a fund of useful information on all subjects.'
'I told you he had a fund of useful information. The Purpose and Tenacity books insist on it.
"Ah, sire, you recompense but badly this poor young man, who has come so far, and with so much ardor, to give your majesty useful information
. If only for the sake of M.
The captain was immediately for breaking up the conference and departing, but the partners were not so willing to part with the nautical governor, who seemed disposed to be extremely communicative, and from whom they might be able to procure some useful information
. A long conversation accordingly ensued, in the course of which they made many inquiries about the affairs of the islands, their natural productions, and the possibility of turning them to advantage in the way of trade; nor did they fail to inquire into the individual history of John Young, and how he came to be governor.
The gentlemen were talking over all sorts of things, and she listened attentively, storing up much of what she heard, for she had an excellent memory, and longed to distinguish herself by being able to produce some useful information
when reproached with her ignorance.
What I want is information: not useful information
, of course; useless information."
I accustomed myself to giving her, as it were quite casually, little scraps of useful information
, or sound opinion - and she started from them when I let them off, as if they had been crackers.
Boarham by name, Bore'em, as I prefer spelling it, for a terrible bore he was: I shudder still at the remembrance of his voice - drone, drone, drone, in my ear - while he sat beside me, prosing away by the half-hour together, and beguiling himself with the notion that he was improving my mind by useful information
, or impressing his dogmas upon me and reforming my errors of judgment, or perhaps that he was talking down to my level, and amusing me with entertaining discourse.
"You had better; he often has it in his power to give useful information
in such matters."
Wohlgemuth for much very useful information
as regards important literature.
According to him, there is need to give useful information
to youths on substance abuse so as to reduce social vices in the society.