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to use ingenuity in making, developing, or achieving

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Bahrain radio station has also concocted a string of special programmes highlighting deep-rooted historic, political and economic relations bonding Bahrain and Egypt.
The experts insist that the computer is giving data similar to what the Test team from New Zealand found out in the 2000-2001 season when they concocted a cheeky, unconventional but ultimately successful way to play the great Glenn McGrath.
The personal technology industry has concocted many devices to measure a user's daily physical activity, from tiny clips that hang on a pocket to wristbands that convert a phone into a private coach.
Such a harmony implies the existence of conspiracies concocted against our nation and resistance achievements, he concluded.
Artistic director Angela Whitehill and producer Joyce Stahl have concocted a Keys-specific ballet; except for the grand pas de deux (featuring guest artists Nikolaj Hubbe and Wendy Whelan), the production is radically different.
Thus we meet Allen, Blanche Dubois' sensitive young husband, and Jim, the concocted son of George and Martha from ``Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
it) for bicerin, the famous hot Torinese beverage concocted from chocolate, espresso, and fresh milk that's layered into elegant small glasses and topped with whipped cream.
Working with singularly named keyboard player Tomo, Schwartz has concocted six sublime urban pop gems for hey willpower's brand-new self-titled debut EP (on Cochon Records).
The stings concocted to retrieve the paintings involved law enforcement agents from three different countries.
partial birth abortion," Both terms are linguistic ploys concocted by advocates to prejudice public debate.
Here's a discovery worth toasting: Chemical analyses of pottery fragments from a prehistoric village in northern China indicate that people living there between 8,000 and 9,000 years ago concocted a fermented, winelike drink from rice, honey, and fruit.
Her goal is to get people talking about race and crime with the hope of obliterating the imaginary connections between minorities and crimes and the self-fulfilling prophecies of those concocted links.
For instance, it would unravel the tidy little morality play concocted by the international establishment in which the Serbs, alone among the numerous parties involved in the tragic and horrifying Balkan civil wars, were deemed guilty of aggression and horrible atrocities.
The pet-safe cleaners are concocted from sustainably harvested, plant-based ingredients, and are not tested on animals.
On the one hand, early modern Englishmen found themselves less and less able to uphold the truth of the "British history" that Geoffrey of Monmouth had concocted in his twelfth century account, Historia regum Britanniae.