Definitions for success story
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word success story
anecdotal evidence for the benefits of some product or policy
"Success Story" is a short story by P. G. Wodehouse, which first appeared in the United States in the March 1, 1947 issue of Argosy, under the title "Ukie Invests in Human Nature". It was included in the collection Nothing Serious, published in 1950, and features the irrepressible Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge.
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Kampala is actually a success story.
The success story about this pump is that it is all handcrafted, and the secret about this pump is that you can actually fold it up and put it into your handbag.
This is a fine, fine young man who is a success story, and I want to try to continue to celebrate the life that he had here and the impact that he made on his peers.
Burma is not a success story. If the administration wants Burma to be a success story, then they have got to apply greater leverage than they have on the Burmese regime to change.
Anyone who can be part of your progress & success story but he/she isn't willing to be part of it, then apparently he/she is as good as against your success. You can say I said so.
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