You can have the brilliance.
Alas, technical brilliance and the cheers of carriers are no guarantee of success.
In each case, there was scientific brilliance and plenty of private sector entrepreneurship.
Incredibly glamorous and miserably heartbreaking, this film gave notice of Aronofsky’s brilliance.
His deep insights, journalistic skill and stylistic brilliance make him a thrilling addition to Guardian Australia
He said the success in the face of adversity “tells you about the brilliance of the people running these organisations, frankly.
Stay awake till 1.30am, and Mars follows on behind, about the same brilliance as Saturn and gradually brightening as the month goes on.
A 2002 master plan called for the castle to “announce the brilliance of the entire institution” by connecting “visitors, guests and staff”.
Public libraries are stocked with audiobooks from Amazon’s Audible and Brilliance Publishing subsidiaries, and browsers can check reviews on Amazon’s Goodreads.
Architecture, painting, porcelain, and particularly jade and ivory work flourished with a final brilliance, for later Chinese artisans produced only for export.
A conductor and musician of gifted brilliance, Britten was writing symphonies from the age of twelve and learning from the composer Frank Bridge in his early teens.
Fifty years ago on Sunday Gordon Banks’s split second of sheer brilliance melded flawlessness, completeness and excellence in one single gravity-defying save from Pelé.
But the external brilliance of its making does at times subvert its inner workings, as if its manufacture and its meaning were not quite in perfect harmony." — Guardian
Ashwin and Axar applied more pressure than England spinners Jack Leach and Moeen, while Rishabh Pant pulled off as many moments of wicketkeeping brilliance as Ben Foakes.
From the 19th century onward this metal was used ever more frequently in jewelry because of its white brilliance and malleability, as well as its resistance to acids and its high melting point.
Instead it was arguably part of a strange golden period, bookended by the perfection of Torvill and Dean and Katarina Witt before, and precocious brilliance of Tara Lipinski and Michelle Kwan afterwards.
Spurs did a comprehensive job on Arsenal in the same manner as they overcame the likes of Manchester City here recently, showing a brilliance in front of goal backed up by the sort of mean-spirited defensive organisation that is the Mourinho trademark.
Ironically, after a season of sustained brilliance and a single defeat brought the scant reward of second place to Manchester City in the Premier League, this landmark triumph was achieved with one of Liverpool's least sparkling performances for some time.
As is pointed out in the section Compatible colour television, the colour television signal actually consists of two components, luminance (or brilliance) and chrominance; and chrominance itself has two aspects, hue (colour) and saturation (intensity of colour).
Brown was the most influential trumpeter of his generation; the lyrical aspects of his music influenced many trumpeters, including Lee Morgan and Booker Little, and his technical brilliance especially influenced trumpeters such as Donald Byrd and Freddie Hubbard.
- a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted
- the quality of being magnificent or splendid or grand
- unusual mental ability
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