brainpower


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the faculty of thinking, reasoning, and acquiring and applying knowledge

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His brainpower earned him a job at Teesside Polytechnic, which became Teesside University, where he would give a three-week series of lectures in book-keeping and accounts to students in the business studies section.
And lastly, people exhibiting even mild signs of depression are more likely to show a decline in brainpower once they leave the office for good.
Would it surprise him to hear that Worcester ranked 40th on a national brainpower index?
It sees Holmes as a prodigiously talented teen who finds himself called upon to use all of his brainpower to solve a series of grisly deathswith links to a dark and Satanic cult.
They also keep bones healthy and joints supple, help lower cholesterol levels and can even lighten your mood and boost brainpower.
Who cares about the grubby affairs of a bloke who might be a very good footballer but who has the moral stability and brainpower of an arrogant rabbit on viagra?
CHILDREN of older fathers perform less well in a range of brainpower tests during infancy and early childhood, a study found.
God help us all if this is the level of brainpower this Government has.
8 version is the brainpower behind the 3DQC technology.
It's brainpower overload, because it happened in just a few days.
The larger the body part in one of these drawings, the more brainpower the animal directs to it.
Dancers need iron for brainpower, too, to remember choreography, cues, and corrections.
The 11-year-old company is out to utilize the brainpower at the Great Lakes Forestry Centre and commercialize their research work.
First there was Omega-3 milk that was claimed to boost brainpower.
House committee regarding the increasing visa backlogs and the effect it was having on the drain of brainpower in the U.