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brain box

Someone who is regarded as highly intelligent. Kevin is such a brain box that he memorized pi to a hundred decimal places.
See also: box, brain
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There are enough medics, unions, boffins and brain boxes to staff a health special unit offering him advice.
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Fortunately for the entire world, the brain boxes here at Row Zed have managed to decipher EXACTLY (sort of) what they were saying - as seen in the video above.
The brain boxes say that the over-use of swear words will reduce their impact - the more often you swear, the less effective it is.
Surely there is some sort of plan that you and a couple of brain boxes can work on to persuade the man to sell.
MIDDLESBROUGH brain boxes are being given the chance to put their little grey cells to the test.
EXCLUSIVE SIR James Dyson says his firm need 10 times as many engineers - as he bemoaned the country's lack of brain boxes.
It is time - humbly but sincerely - to remind young Indian brain boxes and investors of the advantages of the UK," he said.
The celebrity brain boxes attended the Quiz Masters Challenge at the Marsh Lane pub and going into the final round, The Lions were ahead.
HUNDREDS of brain boxes are set to flock to Coventry for the annual gathering of Britain's smartest society, Mensa.
So she gets up to lots of dodges to turn the kids into brain boxes and sets her sights on fellow teacher Justin Timberlake, who has the added attraction of being loaded.
The Oxford-educated whizzkid beat off other brain boxes to win the prestigious BBC Radio 4 competition.
Oxford-educated whizzkid Ian Bayley beat off other brain boxes to win the prestigious BBC Radio 4 competition.
BRAIN BOXES: Wearing their thinking hats are Emma Jones, seven, Sammy Chubb, six, George Davies, six, Isabella Morris, six, Grace Charles, seven, and Richard Afelumo, seven, from Rhydypenau Primary School, Cardiff, which is one of the first primaries to become a "Thinking School" PICTURE: Richard Swingler
Chris Rawstron, office managing partner at DLA Piper in Birmingham, said: "The Birmingham Brain Game is crunch time for the city's brain boxes.