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Vincent Van Gogh fell in love with the brilliance of Provence.
The result was as much about the Bears’ issues as about any brilliance by the Saints.
Ohio State had finally taken a lead over Clemson, thanks in large part to the brilliance of Fields, its leader and one of the best quarterbacks in the nation.
Decades later, the brilliance of “Calvin and Hobbes” refuses to dim.
While 2020 might have taken the sheen off of the brilliance of the city’s restaurant scene, 2021 looks to bring back our dining scene stronger than ever.
The brilliance of writing posts on future trends is that you’re able to display your expertise and industry knowledge.
No coding skills or mathematical brilliance are necessary—just the ability to point and click your mouse.
New observations suggest that this “nuclear star cluster” owes some of its brilliance to another big group of stars, or even a small galaxy, that the main cluster swallowed.
We talked about the brilliance of the film Arrival and how difficult it is to penetrate another person’s mind.
The sand hung in fog-like clouds shrouding the sun, dimming the usual brilliance.
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