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  • The Genius Behind the Ingenious is a Biologic Institue article.

    Adjusting Pre-configuration to Design Outcomes

  • These are they whom ye term Ingenious; 'tis a phrase of commendation I detest: it implies an attempt to impose on my judgment, by flattering my imagination; yet these are they whose works are read by the old with delight, which the young are taught to look upon as the codes of knowledge and philosophy.

    The Man of Feeling

  • The new album is a joint venture between her management company, Hear Music and a United Kingdom venture-capital firm called Ingenious, which has invested in acts like Peter Gabriel and UB40, and it builds on Ms. Furler's reputation for emotive, downtempo music.

    The Pursuit of Happiness Books

  • Star flaws: Wayne Rooney and Anne Robinson are among those who have invested with Ingenious, which is now being investigated by HMRC

    Home | Mail Online

  • "Ingenious -" said Gnosh happily, "because you see if the sponges come down a little too late; the alarm goes off, releasing a huge barrel of water into the center, and - since the sponges are there already - its easy to clean up the mess -"

    Dragons of Winter Night

  • "Ingenious," muttered Kimber looking over the First Scientist's shoulder.

    Star Flight

  • "Ingenious" seems hardly the right word for a division so obviously natural and almost automatic.

    The Story of the Hymns and Tunes

  • "Ingenious" is a horrible description for that shot.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • " "Ingenious," muttered Kimber looking over the First Scientist's shoulder.

    The Stars Are Ours

  • Ulrik Jantzen, courtesy of Big THE FUTURE IS HERE | A rendering of the 57th Street building Ingenious solutions to messy design challenges have become a BIG trademark.

    Building a Better Future


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