If you try to persuade any uneducated person
that she cannot call up a visual picture of a friend sitting in a chair, but can only use words describing what such an occurrence would be like, she will conclude that you are mad.
On Friday, Paswan had said "any uneducated person
becomes chief minister nowadays," in a veiled jibe at Rabri Devi.
The complainant insisted that Asghar's mother visited his house to seek her daughter's hand for son but he declined the proposal saying his daughter is just 16 and is studying in a school, while Asghar is an uneducated person
An uneducated person
does not have the knowledge and awareness to decide what is good and what is bad for him or her.
During hearing of the case, Justice Nisar cited the example of former Indian railways minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, saying he despite being an uneducated person
reformed Indian railways, making it a profitable organization.
If a person hold a yellow jacket colour passport others will notice that this person is uneducated person
, which affects his right to privacy, he said.
But what about a farmer or uneducated person
who can't find work even if it pays only P100 a day.
If someone has a Body-Mass Index (BMI) of more than 23, an uneducated person
with a family history of diabetes would have a significant chance of contracting the disease.
"The evolution of the communications business, which is a lot more than just advertising, has developed in such a way that if you were the most knowledgeable person 50 years ago, today you are a very uneducated person
in the field because of the way things have changed," says Moutran, who now serves as executive chairman of Memac Ogilvy, the result of a 1998 partnership between his own ad agency Middle East Marketing and Communications -- launched in 1984 -- and that of the British advertising tycoon David Ogilvy, which then became a regional agency.
He is an uneducated person
who is always seeking attention.
CHECKLATON A Gilded leather B Uneducated person
C An absolute who am I?
"That man is a social animal is accepted; but he is also an individual who has to look after himself and his family; the social group in which he belong to, do not feed, clothe and house him or his family; he has to take care of his food, clothing and shelter; he has to educate his children; education was not a compulsion in the beginning of the last century; but today education is a must, so much so an uneducated person
does not feel the worth of a human being; he will not feel the dignity of a human being if he is not educated.