brilliant

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  • He was a brilliant student both in high school and at the university.
  • However, the matches he did play showed he remained a brilliant player when fit.
  • The campaign which followed is one of the most brilliant in English history.
  • Had he been more brilliant, he would not have been taken so seriously.
  • It is considered to be the most brilliant period in the history of English theatre.
  • Over a long period of time, the painting will end up with brilliant colors.
  • This is just one, although a fairly common way of creating a round brilliant cut.
  • Not just a brilliant historical work, it is an excellent historical literature and novel.
  • He began a series of brilliant experiments in an attempt to answer this question.
  • Family and friends noted that from a very early age he was "brilliant at doing anything".
  • In contrast to its future success, the national team's early appearances were not brilliant.
  • He also said that fans needed to know that beyond music "she was a brilliant person."
  • They had collectively won every major two year old race in Europe in brilliant style.
  • I have no doubts that he would have been brilliant, as he always was.
  • He was awarded the Man of the Match for this brilliant effort.
  • In his early days, he was known for a brilliant and sharp attacking style.
  • I think the sound of the record is brilliant.
  • They are brilliant yellow below and golden-green above.
  • But early in the 16th century, a brilliant new red appeared in Europe.
  • Later in this year, Long ran some brilliant records.
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