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That was the brilliant idea at the heart of the film Arrival.
We had a brilliant team that figured out often with duct tape and chicken wire in the early days how to get things up and running.
Anytime I feel the need for a little push that’s authentic and earnest, I’ll listen to an episode or two to be reminded of what brilliant and thoughtful folks are doing in the world.
People have been using long-tail keywords for a long time and seeing brilliant results with their search rankings.
She is a brilliant, compassionate, empathetic candidate and that came across in her speech.
His brilliant run and perfectly weighted square ball to Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, who tapped the ball into a gaping net, completed PSG’s comeback and ensured its spot in the Champions League semifinal round for the first time in 25 years.
Instead of legally crafted sales pitches, these brilliant titans of technology should have acknowledged new challenges in influence, impact, innovation, and independence.
I loved the idea that there was a methodology, and a huge canon, and a bunch of brilliant people who had spent their entire lives and careers in research trying to figure out how people think the way they do, how to change patterns, habits, etc.
Over the past month, a flood of papers has appeared as theorists have speculated how magnetars might launch such brilliant flashes of radio waves.
To the researchers’ surprise, all the animals they tested glowed in brilliant colors.


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