(Especially of information, measurements, or predictions) correct in all details; exact.
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The Guide is definitive. Reality is frequently inaccurate.
There is a piece of me that likes to fondly imagine my maverick and rebellious nature. But, more
accurately, I like to have a nice and cosy institution that I can rub up against a little bit.
We don't always have an accurate view of our own potential. I think most people who are frightened of public speaking and can't imagine they might feel
different as a result of training. Don't assume you know how much potential you have. Sometimes the only way to know what you can do is to test yourself.
The attitude of disrespect that many executives have today for accurate reporting is a business disgrace.
And auditors ... have done little on the positive side. Though auditors should regard the investing public
as their client, they tend to kowtow instead to the managers who choose them and dole out their pay.
Being right half the time beats being half-right all the time.
Accuracy is to a newspaper what virtue is to a lady, but a newspaper can always print a retraction.
The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a
large matter - it's the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.