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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
adjective: Having deep insight or understanding.
From Latin percipere (to perceive), from per- (thoroughly) + capere (to seize). Ultimately from the Indo-European root kap- (to grasp), which also gave us captive, capsule, capable, capture, cable, chassis, occupy, deceive, gaff, caitiff, and captious. Earliest documented use: 1659.
"I am a percipient and keen observer and manage an asset class which has long-term return potential."
Sanket Dhanorkar; Fund Manager's Pharma; The Economic Times (New Delhi, India); Mar 6, 2012.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Everyone, in some small sacred sanctuary of the self, is nuts. -Leo Rosten, author (1908-1997)