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having or showing intelligence, often of a high order

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having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence

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The best one, if you believe me, is you'll be brainier after drinking it as it supplies the essential fats necessary for the creation of membranes and hormones for better brain function.
But beneath what appeared as poseur tomfoolery was his desperate yearning for a paradoxically ephemeral perfection (from his 1975 performance The Perfect Kiss to the installation The Book of 100 Perfects, 1985), which distanced his work from the cooler, brainier strands of American Conceptual art.
AT THIS MONTH'S INTERNATIONAL HOME+ Housewares Show, Jarden Consumer Solutions will be on a mission to show how homes can get brainier.
Location and low overhead make this 5 day work week office deli a no brainier.
London, Sept 30 ( ANI ): A study by a Japanese researcher has revealed that Chimpanzees are brainier that humans.
LinMater, the tall one with the laddie-boy charm and flawless enunciation, is the fast-talking partner, master of those precisely articulated witticisms Shakespeare wrote specifically for his brainier clowns.
GEMINI FASHION COLOUR: Yellow Gemini's work well with yellow as it is the colour of intellect, why not wear some sunshine hues to the office to leave you feeling a little brainier.
Heidi Johansen-Berg of the University of Oxford, who was not involved in the research, said the findings were intriguing but did not mean Facebook was a short cut to making people brainier.
And those turned away could content themselves with starting their careers earlier, paying pension contributions sooner, and learning a useful trade - quite possibly going on to earn higher wages than their brainier peers.
Having established that, could someone brainier than me please explain: Why Harrison Fraser launched (at a glamorously expensive client cost) an incomplete survey that is being heralded as the solution when it is merely the first part of a report already beginning to look like a merged rewrite of The Racing Tribe and The Future of Racing.
Though it was never stated out loud, we had this unmistakable haughty look on our face that we could not be beaten by South Africa, a black country, for we were brainier and them inferior.
I SEE Dr Bruce Charlton says if your parents had money when you were born, you would be brainier than if your parents were poor (The Journal, May 22).
It doesn't matter if you are brainier than Einstein, or as ditzy as Jade Goody, you can now test your intelligence online.
3 WE'RE told WAGS are great role models for kids because they are often brainier than their other halves.