And while he called the book "mostly correct," Musk took issue with some of the anecdotes
in it, particularly its depiction of how he parted ways with his long-time assistant Mary Beth Brown.
And suddenly, your partner can't concentrate on what the other woman is saying anymore, because you're telling Your Anecdote
, and all she can hear is certain key phrases - "so we called the AA.
After his apple-ripping stunt brought the house down during the previous series, Mortimer steals the show again tonight with two lengthy anecdotes
from his childhood that are guaranteed to bring tears to your eyes.
A cricket writer, Michael Atherton, who reviewed Cowan's book "In The Firing Line: Diary of a Season", also reproduced in his work an anecdote
about Pieterson not being able to recognise bread and butter pudding when it was served to players at Bellerive Oval.
For example, symbolic vicarious reinforcement may occur when a model tells a personal anecdote
about how she or he behaved in a particular way and experienced positive outcomes.
Mr Phillips, chairman of the Commission for Equality and Human Rights (CEHR), told the anecdote
as part of a speech he gave at a private Imperial College London dinner.
DO you have an anecdote
about rugby league legend Douglas (Dougie) Clark?
To both the media and the politicians, anecdote
An interesting anecdote
about communicating about mathematics is this one:
include such diverse but similar musical personalities as Fred Waring (director of the Pennsylvanians chorale) and music-loving comedian Jackie Gleason, whose anecdote
segues into a Theodore "Sonny" Rollins escapade without missing a beat.
Hence he would suddenly purse up his mouth in a pointed but ludicrous fashion whenever Boswell came into the room, and sit as mute as a fish till that angler for anecdote
and repartee had left it.
Tell Me How You Love the Picture" darts from one anecdote
to another without building momentum or drama.
One such anecdote
was recently published in a Wall Street Journal column debating whether now-deposed Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina should have been more forthcoming about how dire her situation had become in the days leading up to her termination.
Are we dramatizing an anecdote
or passing along a bit of hearsay?
It is tempting to reply with even more anecdotes
of successful heroes, but arguing by anecdote
is not, ultimately, a convincing approach.