brainchild


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something invented

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a product of your creative thinking and work

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Added Caleb Owino, Group Managing Director at Fireworks, the parent company of Brainchild Burson-Marsteller: Our people have made a mark on this industry by delivering strategic and impactful integrated communications solutions.
The song, "Losing Control," recorded in the video clip, was created by Brainchild, (http://www.
Made by Brainchild Design Lab LLC, Greeley, (970) 351-0238, www.
The brainchild of the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), the development, built on rolling farmland in Coshocton, Ohio, is meant as a pilot program to find cost-effective ways to improve water quality, according to release from ARS.
The bear is the brainchild of Ship of Fools co-editor Stephen Goddard, who notes that Anglican "traditionalists are already waiting to question the Rowan Bear about his attitudes to same-bear relationships.
Totally teen-written, -filmed and -produced, the show is the brainchild of a young cast and crew who were given 30 minutes of air time by Boca Raton Educational Television director David Schmidt.
The brainchild of Eliot Feld and Cora Cahan, The Joyce Theater, a house tailored to dance, opened in 1982.
The cars are the brainchild of taxi driver Toshiyuki Anzai, 60, a lifelong jazz fan.
The brainchild of Viennese physician Stefan Jellinek (1871-1968), the museum is devoted, in the antiseptic language of its website, to the study of "the effects of electric currents on humans.
Ecological Messengers is the brainchild of Marcel Maduro and his father, Manuel, both avid cyclists.
It's my brainchild," says Furtado, who was born in Canada after her parents moved from an island off Portugal.
Herbert's non-compete agreement has expired and he showed his newest brainchild at AIIM: the Infinistore tape library from Grau Data Storage.
The book was the brainchild of photographer Gina Minielli Gunkel and coproducer Jackie Girsky Popper.
The brainchild of aerospace engineer Burl Rutan the Proteus aircraft is named after the Greek god who changes form because the jet does just that: it can carry a telecommunications satellite dish or transport and launch a rocket ship,
Dolen Cymru was the brainchild of a doctor, Carl Clowes.