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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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In the example of Wind Turbine Infrastructure Inspections, combining existing UAV solutions with NVIDIA technology and custom Machine Learning models, BrainChild Innovation's approach can dramatically reduce the engineering time required for detecting damage to a wind turbine blade.
It was the brainchild of Chief Academic Officer Christopher Washington.
It was the brainchild of writer/ director Anthony Hurley, 40, of Fairwater, Cardiff, and was produced by Brian Minchin, 27, of Grangetown, as part of the Sgrin Gems short film scheme.
The brainchild of City of Seattle Family and Youth Services Division and professors at Shoreline Community College, Early Reading First works because of its participants' common mission--to help every child become an efficient reader and writer.
This program, brainchild of the County Supervisor of Elections in 2002, allows a group full charge of one of the County's 120+ precincts.
The Methuselah Mouse Prize is chiefly the brainchild of Aubrey de Grey, a theoretical biogerontologist at Cambridge University.
The program is the brainchild of Basset Hound Productions and the Hot Springs Music Festival in central Arkansas.
What began in his hometown of Canton, Ohio, his brainchild project named the Free Tree Program, has blossomed into a nationwide movement.
Kwantu Game Reserve in Eastern Cape province is the brainchild of Port Elizabeth businessman, Yusuf Jeeva and his wife Faieza.
The "Chuck It" recycling program is the brainchild of Paul Mobley, a sophomore mechanical engineering major from Raleigh, N.C., and was introduced at North Carolina State University's home football games this fall.
Their new venture, Brainchild Design Lab, offers consulting services to the operators of Halloween attractions as well as providing customers with inflatable attractions like the Beast.
The brainchild of the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), the development, built on rolling farmland in Coshocton, Ohio, is meant as a pilot program to find cost-effective ways to improve water quality, according to release from ARS.
is the brainchild of Falldien, owner of Canadian Red Dragon Tattoo Studio who launched a spinoff business after developing a unique product line to serve the body piercing market.
The veteran Tory has used a trade magazine to accuse all and sundry of failing to bring the best out of his brainchild, even blaming his own party for their lacklustre PFI record.
"Tellingly, in view of the archbishop's anti-war stance, the bear's robes include a dove, the symbol of peace." The bear is the brainchild of Ship of Fools co-editor Stephen Goddard, who notes that Anglican "traditionalists are already waiting to question the Rowan Bear about his attitudes to same-bear relationships." Made-to-order Rowan Bears are available for about $225 (shipoffools.com).