- n. alternative spelling of whiz kid.
“Finally, enjoy three seconds of unadultered magic from this little Swiss whizzkid.”
“Charlotte Beers, a marketing whizzkid selected to serve in that role at the beginning of the George W. Bush administration, was widely criticized for her simplistic efforts to "brand" America à la her buy-Uncle-Ben's-Rice campaigns, one of her advertising triumphs.”
“I really don't think being a tech whizzkid means the movie will be good.”
“This is Asif Shakir my net savvy computer soft ware whizzkid.”
“NASA had previously estimated the chances at only 1 in 45,000 but told its sister organisation, the European Space Agency ESA, that the young whizzkid had got it right.”
“Mark is a total whizzkid, who fortunately belongs to the same team as I do for his day job.”
“Then some branding whizzkid decided 'task force', with its residual overtones of Harriers, helicopters and SAS men, sounded a lot more exciting.”
“Perhaps somewhere out there is a computer whizzkid who could do some textual analysis and see how the prose style of Cunningham and Twelve Hawks actually compares.”
“Mariella Anders, a whizzkid scientist now in the middle of her career, seizes on the chance to go to Mars, and to make new discoveries.”
“LaBeouf, 23, played a young Wall Street whizzkid opposite Michael Douglas 'ruthless Gordon Gekko in the movie, and he prepared for his part by training at one of the world's largest discount brokers, Charles Schwab.”
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