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But he also joined a gift for quick, clever, complex dialogue with a brilliant comedic physicality.
Some clones turn a brilliant, shining yellow that almost seems to generate sunlight.
He's an extremely talented politician, articulate and intelligent, and brilliant at the more vulgar end of empathizing.
The bright red leaves of autumn deliver more nutrients to the trees than they would without the brilliant coloration.
What a brilliant idea.
His mother had been in her youth a brilliant society woman, .
The space shuttle took flight before dawn, igniting the sky with a brilliant flash seen for miles around.
Dazed by the brilliant light of their new world, the girls walk through green grass, under pure white clouds.
These sluglike invertebrates come in a host of brilliant hues and patterns.
That answer is so brilliant, I'm going to add it to the list.
He was a brilliant musical genius, largely self-taught.
The brilliant flower spike of a Vriesea mimics a candle's flame.
Walter was a brilliant publisher.
There was nothing in the world to prevent her making a really brilliant match.
Until now he was a brilliant writer and that was all.
But one special operations commander thought its organizational structure was kind of brilliant.
The bones are then stained with red dye, and the brilliant beast is preserved in a jar of glycerin.
His is the consummate high tech success story, the brilliant, driven engineer who beat the critics to make it big.
Lightning is a giant discharge of electricity accompanied by a brilliant flash of light and a loud crack of thunder.
Males have bushy white tails and folds of brilliant blue skin on their faces.
In winter, they sport a brilliant white coat that provides excellent camouflage in the land of ice and snow.
The brilliant weather at the wedding, the terrifying storm at the reception-this is weather on the scale that matters to us.
Shoals of silvery fish swim in brilliant blue and green pools left behind by the rains.
Discovering the crocodiles' brilliant navigational skills is bad news because it means that relocation is not working.
There is no humidity, and usually no terrestrial lights to interfere, so stars seem more numerous and are unusually brilliant.
Only males sport the brilliant red plumage for which their species is known.
Law was a brilliant mathematician who used his understanding of probability to help his gambling habit.
If the fate of your company hinges on the verdict, you will want a brilliant lawyer to argue your case.
Modern finance has promised miracles, seduced the brilliant and the greedy-and wrought destruction.
German mechanical engineers are brilliant at improving existing inventions.
Brilliant as his monetary diagnoses were, on the details of the remedy he came out on the wrong side.
Leaves get their brilliant colors from pigments made up of various size, color-creating molecules.
It recorded the rare brilliant comet swooping in from the lower left of its pictures.
After looking at the violin workmanship from inside and out he knew it was a brilliant instrument.
Thank you so much for the brilliant job you did of summarizing the report.
It's already been praised as a brilliant and insightful piece of medical journalism on blogs and twitter.
What an extraordinary journey this would be and what a brilliant way to present the possibility of traveling to the stars.
Sometimes this approach produces brilliant, inventive solutions--more often it produces fantasies.
He is brilliant at what he does, but he does not have much background in research methodology or applied statistics.
If you want to display your brilliant mastery of the content, then go right ahead.
Or your brilliant success as an entrepreneur if you're applying to a business school.
Someone on sabbatical last year gave me this brilliant idea.
For a student to be educated, she has to face brilliant antagonists.
Often armies are defeated not by brilliant generals, but by disease-carrying insects.
Down the hall, water-heater-size plastic bladders bubbled with shellfish feed-algae of varying hues, from mahogany to brilliant.
Almost every moment of his life is there captured in brilliant photography.
When detonated, the individual flashes created brilliant rings of fire in a cone formation.
And what the outlet is brilliant at doing is situating itself at the center of their world.
But more important, he was an acute businessman and a truly brilliant editor.
By older officers he was always described as a brilliant soldier, by many as a genius.
The best wi-fi is invisible without a brilliant video microprocessor.
As already described, the experiment was a brilliant success.
If you have good light and you're at a fairly high shutter speed, it's going to be a brilliant color photograph.
But on the side of my continued life is a group of brilliant and selfless physicians plus an astonishing number of prayer groups.
The bright and brilliant cliché of this life shines down the central aisle.
He was a brilliant lawyer with a crusader's desire to uncover the truth.
Let's have only one casualty and preserve what is done so far that was brilliant.
The pool, housed in a mosquito-proof enclosure out back, remained a brilliant blue.
Electric bikes are brilliant, and could get millions of people out of cars in a way that regular bikes have steadily failed to do.
It doesn't take a brilliant mathematician to observe that this is clearly impossible.
But suppose scientists make some brilliant new advance in brain scanning technology.
Pavement has done a brilliant job of both reflecting and creating its own audience.
As if to spite me, the sky was blue, and the light was too brilliant.
The marquee was a brilliant slab of white in the dusk.
The six nutshells turned out to have some brilliant stuff.
The brilliant outsider has become almost a stock character.
They're organized and ruthless, brilliant engineers and cold killers.
He is simply brilliant, writing fantastic music about critical thinking.
He is a brilliant musician, and not only skeptical, but incredibly funny.
What you don't consider a brilliant idea, because it's your own, someone else will be amazed and wonder at your genius.
In more energetic ultraviolet light, they are brilliant bright due to their magnetic activity.
If you look at the whole story here the egg spot is brilliant.
Brilliant videography, unfortunately the music was lacking.
His music is brilliant, which you already know if you've heard it.
Birds come to life in brilliant color in this field guide app.
The bad ideas need to get out so the brilliant ones pop up.
It is the value of a brilliant dance or dive when the memories have faded and the ripples died away.
He is a prodigious worker, and by all accounts a brilliant inside political player.
If you are too lazy for nomadic wandering in such a brilliant maze, stick to stock quotations.

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