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brainchild

Something that one has thought of or devised, especially when it is creative or clever. This harebrained scheme was your brother's brainchild, wasn't it? This feature is my brainchild, and I'm going to see it through till the end, don't worry.

brainchild

1. n. someone’s good idea viewed as an offspring of the brain. Is this your brainchild? It won’t work.
2. n. a person who has good ideas. The boss’s new brainchild seems to have gone dry.
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Bryson is co-author with Dan Siegel of the New York Times bestsellers "The Whole Brain Child" and "No-Drama Discipline." Join us when Bryson will apply scientific insights offered in a way that's clear and immediately helpful so adults can better connect with children.
It is the brain child of Brad Cummings, of Tiny Rebel Brewing in Newport, and Nick Otley, of Pontypridd's Otley Brewing Company, who organised the event after the Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival was unable to secure a venue for the summer.
Now, desperate to continue treatments, she has since set up "Brain Child 11/4" blog, to hopefully help fund her dire health care needs.
The fun tournament is the brain child of the Aether & Echo bar in aid of Children's Heartbeat Trust.
His brain child is being threatened with closure or restriction, A hundred years ago would anyone have thought of this prediction?
This brain child from Bizjar International has entered the digital marketing industry which has had some dynamic change in most aspects of media.
It is supposed to be the brain child of the rural development minister.
Open since the summer this year, this grill room is the brain child of Chef George Columbaris of Master Chef fame; a Greek by descent which is a nice blend to start with.
Yunus's brain child Grameen Bank, founded in 1976 is to be taken over by the government.
Launched last November, Walsall Police Amateur Boxing Club was the brain child of Willenhall boxer Shaun Hargreaves, who wanted to create an amateur boxing club and fitness centre that could be enjoyed by the local community and the police.
Lal Samarasinghe, Managing Director of the Ceylon Fishery Harbour Corporation had mentioned the project had been a brain child of the president and would bring in valuable foreign exchange.
Commenting on the success of the project, Jonathan Pardoe, director, Planters, said: "The design and feel of the project was the brain child of the executive housekeep Michelle Millot and Planters was delighted to be able to bring her vision for the Aviation Club to life.
The People Developers is the brain child of VELOSI QCCD that hosts this monthly meeting.
The Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School project was the brain child of Coventry based arts organisation Imagineer Productions which is behind the festival and the 10-metre high Lady Godiva.
The welfare reforms are the brain child of a Labour party that was in power.