The Wen Wei Po article contains a nugget that tells us why Beijing wanted to get back at the regime in Pyongyang.
Yet inside this shabby story is a nugget of insight screaming to get out.
I always find at least one nugget of information that I can immediately apply to the work I do.
You have promised me ever so long that I should be the first to show Firm the nugget.
Was there a nugget 261 of forgotten gold in his cosmos, and had she discovered it?
Randy and nugget wanted to break camp at once, and Clay was more than inclined to side with them.
"I'd like to pick up a nugget," he said, but Harold was not interested.
"See here, nugget, you don't believe anything of the sort," said Ned.
To him the days were as precious mines, and every minute a nugget.
The author has a nugget from the same locality weighing about 1½ oz.
1852, "lump of gold," probably from southwestern England dialectal nug "lump," of unknown origin [OED]. Another theory is that it is from a misdivision of an ingot. Transferred sense is from 1859.