Geniuses sentence example

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  • Jonathan Edwards, a very stern Calvinist, is one of the few first-rate geniuses America has to boast in theology.
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  • Well, we say Kabbalists, but the prospect of any 18th century Eastern European freethinking mystical geniuses popping in is fairly remote.
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  • It is beyond question closely akin to that which has possessed the religious geniuses of all ages.
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  • Put simply, Neil Young is one of the last great maverick geniuses of rock, and bone fide living legend to boot.
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  • The marathon duel between two geniuses to crack Egypt's ancient hieroglyphs.
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  • It is to his lasting praise that he took into his service the three greatest artistic geniuses of the time - Bramante, Michelangelo and Raphael - and entrusted them with congenial tasks.
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  • Jonathan Edwards, a ver y stern Calvinist, is one of the few first-rate geniuses America has to boast in theology.
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  • Scott has been writing a lot of flash fiction, and is also developing a series of stories for middle grade readers about three ten-year-old friends who are all geniuses, but a little nerdy.
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  • Okay, I'll leave the alliterative wordplay to the true lyrical geniuses.
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  • From comedic geniuses to award-winning dramatic actors, these names have all taken their rightful places in movie and television history.
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  • As eluded to previously, monkeys are the erratic geniuses of Chinese astrology.
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  • I found it so interesting that I read it from cover to cover and found many celebrities, geniuses and famous people were, in fact, vegetarian and they attributed that to their success in life.
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  • Both geniuses of the same caliber as Ender, but unsuited psychologically for military command, they hide their youth by engaging only in cyberspace, changing the political landscape.
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  • The respectable mediocrity of Chapelain might misapprehend him; the lesser geniuses of Scudery and Mairet might feel alarm at his advent; the envious Claverets and D'Aubignacs might snarl and scribble.
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  • It was another principle that his chief exertions should be bestowed on the intermediate class of talent, as the geniuses would help themselves, and the dunces were beyond remedy.
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