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eureka moment

A moment or instance at which a sudden, revelatory idea, realization, or solution to a problem comes to mind. We'd been working on the problem in the lab for weeks, but the eureka moment came to me when I was out gardening!
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If you're driving through the greater Sacramento and are due for a regular check-up and cleaning or need treatment for an ongoing problem, Eureka Dental Group is here to help.
Eureka Midstream, as further noted in a press release issued September 6, 2017, closed on a USD 400m senior credit facility with an additional USD 100m accordion provision, subject to certain terms and conditions.
ARC-funded researcher, Professor Ross Large, and his team from the ARC Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits at University of Tasmania, received the UNSW Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific Research for the Trace Elements in Past Oceans (TEPO) project, along with collaborating institutions.
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Wilbur's Direct Draft Eureka mower won a gold medal at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876.
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He underscored that the EUREKA membership creates great opportunities for Bulgarian firms.
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The Allies nicknamed this radar set Eureka, a Greek term meaning, "I have found it.
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