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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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COLABS is a commercial project of SABCON, one of Pakistan's most innovative development firms, and is the brain-child of co-founders and twin brothers, Omar and Ali Shah.
Pittsburgh, PA, November 10, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Jamboozie Customs, the brain-child of Paul Vandergraft of PA, is an American-owned manufacturer of high quality, custom motorcycle products that are designed with a timeless craftsmanship in mind.
Match Indian Poker League or MatchIPL as it is known, is a poker-based league that is the brain-child of Industrialist Raj Kundra and Bollywood actress, Shilpa Shetty Kundra.
He said the Safe Cities Project was the brain-child of Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif.
The brain-child of Giovanni Casa, Magherita set up five branches in Lebanon, expanding across to the MENA region.
ISLAMABAD -- A senior leader of Pakistan People's Party and former Chief Minister of Gilgit Baltistan Syed Mehdi Shah said Monday that the recently inaugurated tunnel at the Attabad Lake near Gilgit was the brain-child of the former-President and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari.
The brain-child of Dudley LOC chair, Shamina Asif, the Healthy Living Optician scheme is the first of its kind in England which sees opticians offer preventative health tips.
The brain-child of Carroll and Andreas L Borgmann, two passionate and dynamic entrepreneurs, Kcal quickly rose to prominence within the industry, delivering on what customers were looking for, said the statement.
The business - the brain-child of entrepreneur Bryan Goodall, who has run a number of ventures with wife Jeannie - was established following the resurgence of the vinyl market, which last year hit a 15-year high.
Alexander asks Terry his love of The brain-child of Michael Palin and Terry Jones, Ripping Yarns was inspired by the arcane world of the Boys' Own Paper and other comics and books from the same era that trumpeted the characterbuilding virtues of public school bullying, cold baths, physical exertion, wholesome hobbies, and a total disregard for health and safety.
Gro-Organic CIC in Birmingham is the brain-child of Sarah Gill, who was passionate about transforming urban spaces into pockets of natural beauty that could be used to benefit the wider community.
The pairing is the brain-child of Simon Cowell, and is a reworking of the 80's Tears For Fears hit 'Shout'.
The project is the brain-child of local county councillor, Lucy Morris, who is urging householders to complete the questionnaire and return it as soon as possible.
The lying down craze, especially popular with students and young people, is the brain-child of Newcastle doormen Scott Wood and Wayne Pyle.
The Senior's Solidarity Party is the brain-child of John Wolfe.