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Ooh, these iz big and brigth brayne cells, Hashim.
The moon shines so brigth up high in the night's sky
There was a beach and brigth sky behind her, and when I exposed to the sky and background, her face was very dark.
Being at Harvard as a brigth and brilliant italian young promise, I am sure you should be aiming at Nobel prize type of research, not just avenues of research already exhausted.
Or, stay at MIT, and look at the other italian brigth guy
Eyes of might, fire so brigth, black sky lighten from the evil horned moon.