The audience, which boasted an encouraging number of young people, listened in hushed admiration as Steffan Morris gave a performance of Haydn's C Major Cello Concerto that also revealed something of his personality and budding genius
Actually, it was a budding genius
back in the 1960s when Joseph first started to take shape as a short school production.
never known for having an original streak" and Henry as a budding genius
who was humiliated solely because he was physically weak and very nearsighted.
Here, filmmaker Anne Fontaine directs Audrey Tautou in a graceful embodiment of the reluctant courtesan and budding genius
who would become one of the greatest style icons of all time.
Enter Paolina Barthes, a budding genius
and sorcerer isolated on the Equatorial Wall; Threadgill Angus al-Wazir, a disgraced naval officer tasked with finding a route through the Wall to Southern Earth; and Emily McHenry Childress, a Yale Divinity School librarian and the keeper of important secrets.
Most of us realise Fletcher's useless but Fergie seems to think he's a budding genius
The tragic pathos of the budding genius
who never fully managed to flourish.
One is a budding genius
and the other a blooming idiot.
The letters have some of that provincial awe which even the budding genius
from the colonies always exhibits when confronting Oxford life and English society for the first time.
All of which brings us to the central element of the play and, not so happily, the production: Anne herself, portrayed by film actress Portman (in her Broadway debut) with little of the charm, budding genius
or even brittle intelligence that the diary itself reveals.
In this capacity the editorial writer may begin as a budding genius
who evolves into the fraternity of seasoned observers.
One day "a dusty road" by a three-year-old budding genius
may take on the importance of Michelangelo's works though I doubt it.
But Insider believes that she's actually a budding genius
The danger in moving a budding genius
into classes with older children is that emotional development rarely keeps pace with intellectual progress.
Add to this their newfound ability to research where an item can be found and how much it costs, and in an instant you have a budding genius