That is the lesson we took from Memphis on that April day when we lost a King, and from Los Angeles when we lost another Kennedy.
The lesson begins whenever there is a shooting at a drug location.
The most worthwhile things in life rarely come easy, this is a lesson I've always known.
There may be a lesson for the Obama administration as it tries to calibrate what Israel will do on Iran.
“It seems like somebody at GMA needs a lesson in how to seize an opportunity,” he said.
It may be that Sir John will live; if so I hope that he may profit by this lesson.
You'd better not tell him so, or he might give you a lesson in politeness.
Yes, it will serve him right,” replied Mrs Seagrave; “and be a lesson to him.
He had learned his lesson of experience, and profited thereby.
Stella, I have learned this one lesson, that I am not in it, for it is He that is doing it all.
early 13c., "a reading aloud from the Bible," also "something to be learned by a student," from Old French leçon, from Latin lectionem (nominative lectio) "a reading," noun of action from past participle stem of legere "to read" (see lecture (n.)). Transferred sense of "an occurrence from which something can be learned" is from 1580s.