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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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PHILADELPHIA -- Brainchild is offering new professional development options to K-12 schools implementing Kineo[R] tablet-based learning solutions.
The project, using digital technology to create "a new entertainment experience", is the brainchild of Simon Fuller, the man behind TV's Pop Idol and the ex-manager of the Spice Girls.
com)-- The Brainchild Group is pleased to announce that its founder, Aaron Schoenberger, is now providing in-house social media training for businesses located in countries throughout Latin America, including: Argentina, Brazil and Chile.
The show, which is the brainchild of talented comics Matt Lucas, who is gay, and David Walliams, who is not, is also picking up steam here.
Anti-lectual is the brainchild of San Francisco skater/ photographer/writer Ryan Furtado, who's pretty much spared no expense in putting together this second issue of a great 'zine.
For years the city hoped that the Menudo Festival - the brainchild of City Councilman Jose Hernandez - would put the small, mostly Latino city of 23,000 on the map, bringing dollars from the surrounding communities.
Blue, estimated to cost $17 million, is the brainchild of developers Angelo Cosentini and John Carson.
The program behind Jones' transformation is the brainchild of 54-year-old Earnestine Russell-Drumgold.
The program, in which students will learn as much English, history, physics or math as they will pedagogy, is the brainchild of Bard's president, Leon Botstein.
The brainchild of editor/publisher Louis Rossetto, Wired gave the world a way of talking about how digital culture is revolutionizing society and radically reshaping human destiny.
Discovering how much was really going on with Canadian Lutherans and Anglicans at the grass-roots level was the brainchild of Canon Alyson Barnett-Cowan, the director of the Anglican church's faith, worship and ministry department who also attended the international Lutheran gathering.
Reddy was the brainchild of Mark Blaine, editor of Forest Magazine, which is published by Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (FSEEE).
IAuctioNet is the brainchild of Sho Hara, formerly in charge of marketing and customer support at eBay Japan KK.
Domestic, family-oriented, it is the brainchild (15 years in gestation) of a woman, Sheila Hale, author of the American Express guide to Venice.
The brainchild of Amsterdam's Society for Old and New Media Browserday was born of a growing dissatisfaction with the way browsers like Internet Explorer interpret HTML codes (narrowly) and display information (with banner ads attached).