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the property of being ingenious

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When economists speculate about why people's behavior is rational (which is what they do when cracking the rational riddles), the result of such scientific effort--all its sophistication, ingeniousness and formal impeccability notwithstanding--is either correct, but not new (i.e.
Similarly, while recognizing that "Rushdie's desire to draw on the genre of science fiction may account in part for some of the ingeniousness of the narrative," Cundy argues nonetheless that his justification for turning to SF (it is "traditionally a good vehicle for the novel of ideas") is ultimately "inadequate as a reason for employing the genre" (136).
Admittedly, such metaphorically imitative readings of the Sonnets will resort to hypothesizing a certain amount of ingeniousness and role play on the lyrical "I's" part.
Thanks to a law signed by Texas governor and Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry as well as the ingeniousness of the Mezuzah Store, a more than two-foot-long mezuzah made out of a single piece of Jerusalem stone can be yours for only $999scroll not included.
His portrayal of a plethora of Mozart characters (Masetto and Giovanni, Figaro, Gugliemo and Nardo) is based on a solid breathing technique, sprightliness and pregnant declamation, which he enriches with wit, charm and a Terfel-esque ingeniousness and multilayered modelling of the meaning of both the music and text.
The latest undoubtedly falls into this category, though the ripple of envy it's provoked isn't necessarily about the ingeniousness of the idea - as with the Da Vinci Code or Harry Potter - nor its delivery, as per The Book Thief or Shadow of The Wind.
Whether or not one shares the views expressed in it, one will surely not dispute the ingeniousness of the author's point of view.
It is in the variables, in the ingeniousness of the unpublished work, where the real novelty lies.
However, he appreciated not only the ingeniousness of the boy in making the machine work, but also the fact that he found a way to go and amuse himself with his playmates.
Bring in the drone and experimental ingeniousness that I found exquisite when first heard.
For all its ingeniousness, Kilanyi's apparatus evidently had some limitations and some rough and ready aspects that Dando must have decided he could improve on.
Or, finally, maybe the swordfish story's greatness stands the test of time because it is an endless struggle of all these forces together--the elements, human greed and ingeniousness, and nature's indifference--all the forces that we encounter when we leave our comfortable environs and face life.--David Conway, Managing Editor
In Tarikh-i-Ahrar, he rates him as the best political figure among the Muslims, even M A Jinnah could not match his sagacity and ingeniousness in the political arena.
Judges were given clipboards with their exhibit assignments and asked to rate the inventions in four areas on a scale of one to 10: ingeniousness, aesthetics, alignment with the industry it's in, and its "cool factor."
Considering the film was made while the Nazi menace was still in full force, the ingeniousness of the scenario, the balance of frivolity with dark satire and the masterful use of comedy to deflect anxiety were extraordinary.