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Nuisance Value: value, importance, or usefulness arising from a capacity to annoy, frustrate, harass, or injure … Merriam-Webster dictionary
I’m sure that you are all familiar with how pearls are formed. An irritant, (could be a grain of sand), works its way inside the oyster and begins to irritate the soft inside, similar to us having a splinter. The oyster, in order to protect itself, begins to form layers around the irritant, out of the same material as its shell. The oyster keeps adding layers and layers and the result is often a beautiful, perfectly formed pearl.