brilliance


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exceptional brightness and clarity, as of a cut and polished stone

liveliness and vivacity of imagination

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a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted

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the quality of being magnificent or splendid or grand

unusual mental ability

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Launched in 2002, Brilliance of the Seas was the second Radiance-class Royal Caribbean ship, together with Jewel, Serenade and Radiance.
The bezel, set with 76 diamonds totalling 0.52 carats, imparts a clear brilliance to the dial, contrasting with the 18-carat rose gold colour scheme chosen for this timepiece.
President Jimmy Sy said the Brilliance Center project is a milestone for the company and at the same time, their contribution to the greening of the BGC skyline.
The automaker is increasing its share in BMW Brilliance Automotive from 50 percent to 75 percent.
For a look at past winning businesses, visit www.westchicago.org under Business/Brilliance in Business, and to view the Brilliance in Business videos created by the city to showcase these businesses, visit the city's YouTube channel and select Brilliance in Business from the library of videos on the left side of the page.
Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], Feb 28 ( ANI ): Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Minister Smriti Irani expressed her condolences to the family of late veteran actor Sridevi, and lauded the superstar's craft and professional brilliance.
According to a (https://www.nyu.edu/about/news-publications/news/2018/january/linking-success-in-certain-fields-to-intellectual-talent-undermi.html) press release Tuesday summarizing the study published in Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, researchers found that women lost interest in jobs that asked for intellectual talent or brilliance, which is perceived as a masculine trait.
The Brilliance V5 occupied the fourth position by selling 370 cars at a value of EGP 103mandwas followed by the Brilliance FSV, which sold 6 units at a value worth EGP 540,000.
By age six, girls become less likely than boys to associate brilliance with their own gender and are more likely to avoid activities said to require brilliance, according to a study conducted by researchers from three universities.
The Oregon Mozart Players kick off their season on Saturday when artistic director and conductor Kelly Kuo brings works both new and old to Beall Hall in the concert "Brilliance."
Volume 1: Brilliance, 9781611099690, $14.95 PB, $4.99 Kindle, 439pp
"The play we wrote and perform at schools which is based on our book includes actors, music, dancing, costumes, and scenes from the books to get kids so engaged that they want to read the book." He continued, "Our 'Let's Read' Program is exciting, engaging and inclusive," as both authors want everyone to recognize their own brilliance, and believe that can be done by "increasing literacy, which stimulates creativity, and by keeping a focus on diversity and unity allowing for the inclusion of everyone." "We know how it feels to be excluded, so we wanted this book to include us and everyone else.
In "Burnout to Brilliance", author Jayne Morris shows how to identify the signs and symptoms of burnout; recover your energy and enthusiasm; regain personal power, passion and purpose; develop strategies for sustainable success, and more.
The long-held stereotype that women lack a "spark of brilliance," or innate genius, could be what's keeping them from finding success in academia.
TOMORROW Elemis launches its new Frangipani Monoi Body Cream on QVC, exclusively as part of the six-piece Skin Brilliance Collection.