How to use Brainchild in a sentence

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  • Planet Hollywood is the brainchild of businessman and entrepreneur Robert Earl.

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  • Founded by Diane Richardson Ranger (whose first brainchild was Bare Escentuals), Colorscience touts its "skin-beneficial" product line as the most effective on the market.

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  • Rocawear is the brainchild of highly respected rapper Jay- Z, and at his site, you can find everything you need to complete an authentic hip hop look.

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  • It began in 1986 as the brainchild of Bernadette Reiss who still maintains the titles of head designer and owner of Biscotti.

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  • Utility garments like army and carpenter's pants inspired the design, and the first such garments, called bush jeans, were the brainchild of Levi Strauss Company.

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  • High Heels and Bloodsuckers is the brainchild of Casey Pendleton, a Midwest author with an obsession for gargoyles, penguins, and creatures of the night.

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  • Paul Mitchell Products was founded in 1979, the brainchild of two men, John Paul DeJoria and Paul Mitchell.

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  • Founded in 1983, the Alternative Hair Show is the brainchild of Tony Rizzo, a leading hairstylist from England.

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  • The concept was the brainchild of Joel Glickman who came up with the idea while playing with straws.

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  • The brainchild of James Cameron (of well-known Titanic notoriety), the Avatar movie background has been in the works for much longer than many know.

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  • The brainchild of Laura Cabot, an Australian physician, the Liver Cleansing Diet aims to cleanse the liver with the consumption of fruits, vegetables, poultry, and fish.

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  • It's a new line that takes its cues from vintage style and romance, the beautiful brainchild of April Cornell and Martha McEvoy (also known as Martha M).

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  • The Lingerie Bowl began in 2004 and was the brainchild of Horizon Productions.

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  • The film is the brainchild of writer Peter Barsochhini and Emmy Award winning choreographer Kenny Ortega (of Dirty Dancing fame), along with choreographers Charles Klapow and Bonnie Story.

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  • The program was actually the brainchild of a TV producer who himself lives in Coto.

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  • The reality show is shot in a documentary format and is the brainchild of award-winning actor Morgan Freeman.

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  • Created in the 1400s to counter the threat of the Crusade, Circle Lightfall was the brainchild of Jeanne Tournay, a French Lightbringer, and her husband Gideon de Hauteville.

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  • However, many believe it originated in the 1930s in Paris and may have been the brainchild of Max Factor.

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  • Neutrogena Skin ID is the brainchild of the famed beauty company and a group of dermatologists and market researchers.

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  • The Engineering Challenge was the original brainchild of AWE Engineers who were involved in providing Engineering and technology advice to local schools.

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  • The rest of the piece, in both major and minor aspects, is my own brainchild.

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  • But this new brainchild is finding it much harder to take off.

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  • Hammerfall was the brainchild of guitarist Oscar Dronjak as a band that could play solid, heavy metal.

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  • The event is the brainchild of former round-the-world yachtsman, Sir Chay Blyth.

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  • It is a brainchild of Charming Shoppes Inc., the parent company of several women's clothing stores including Lane Bryant, Petite Sophisticate and Catherines.

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  • CoolMath.com is more than one website, but it is the brainchild of a single person - "Cool Math" Karen, who holds a Master's in education and has taught school for more than a decade.

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  • The show is the brainchild of writer/producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar who left the series in 2008.

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