com and have a copy of Stroke of Genius
to give away.
9 : effort by which something is done or the results of such effort <It was a stroke of genius
Pictured being lowered into place, the Spitfire on Thornaby Road is a stroke of genius
in two senses.
Which only goes to prove that, of all the gadgets I could have come across, that ballfinder at Roger Dunn may have turned out to be the stroke of genius
That first poet-mayor's stroke of genius
ensured Europe's continuing competitive interests in Venetian real estate (both figuratively and literally).
Blige, Aretha Franklin, Gerald Levert, Jonathan Butler and other artists; Gerald Levert, STROKE OF GENIUS
(Elektra); Fabolous, MORE STREET DREAMS PART 2/THE MIXTAPE (Elektra); ULTIMATE TONI BRAXTON (Arista); and Marques Houston, MH(Elektra).
What a stroke of genius
to have Matthews read; with his dry British accent, often Monty Pythonian in delivery; he is absolutely perfect here.
The stroke of genius
that allows these schools to function is a corporate work-study program in which all students work one day a week at an entry-level professional job.
Ben Marion, who came along later, says Munsell's idea of an ag agency bringing in a guy like White to take the lead on consumer research was a stroke of genius
at the time.
Pioneer's newest drive (model DVR-A03) writes DVD-RW as well as DVD-R, and--a stroke of genius
here--it also writes CD-R and CD-RW.
Marketing "energy" to the average office worker, stay-at-home mom, or just about anyone was a stroke of genius
that's paying off big-time .
History: This one was a stroke of genius
on the part of the buzzword creators.
His greatest stroke of genius
was in making so much of the glowing curvaceous mass of the hall.
Bello described Duterte's offer of four cabinet posts to the Communist Party of the Philippines and NDF as a stroke of genius