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An art prodigy, Jago quit the Academy of Fine Art in Frosinone at age 20 because he was fed up with the rules and the academic dogma.
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Hassabis is a former chess prodigy, a master by the time he was 13 and at one time ranked second in the world for his age.
The otherworldly gifted guitar prodigy Marcus Machado paints the grisly times that we’re living in using sound on his latest cut called “Shape Shift”.
Natural talent or physiological advantages might give you a slight edge, but even a prodigy isn’t going to master all aspects of a game they’ve never played before instantly.
Zhang, a programming prodigy, has long been regarded as China’s most independent, if elusive, tech tycoon.
To attempt to cut out Mrs. Kaye I should need a little genuine enthusiasm; and frankly, your beloved prodigy does not inspire it.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
But what is a prodigy of nature, except an event which happens more rarely than some others?
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
At seven the portrait of the prodigy was taken, and engraved by Mr. Sherwin, the artist.
ART IN ENGLANDDUTTON COOK
Mozart was a child prodigy at six years and maintained his ability through a long life.
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Nor could popes and sovereigns render too great honor to such a prodigy of genius.

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