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  • n. Plural form of brilliance.


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  • Effective organizational management nurtures, harnesses and channels these divergent individual "brilliances" into a coherent and cohesive organic mass.

    "Two Wings of a Great Movement"

  • A hundred more brilliances just to ask ‘How about a walk?’

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  • SHAPIRO: Strasburg could be one of those prospects who turn out to be busts, or who shows flashes of brilliances and then, and it's a common hazard for pitchers, has a career-blunting injury.

    As Strasburg Takes Mound, Hype Gives Way To Reality

  • The feckless gesture had charmed Marie when Teddy was a boy, an attempt to conceal his transparent obfuscations, the small brilliances of childhood that made it possible to magic one hour of television into two.

    ALONE With You

  • Heaven glimmered and shimmered, its manifold brilliances arcing down to a horizon that on the left was near and sharp.


  • The stream has its eddies, currents, and cataracts -- no two days the same -- but those brilliances blur the sight of it.

    Operation Luna

  • Sunlight spilldd from aloft and shattered into a million dancing brilliances.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • He had such caloric that he kindled actors and actresses to unsuspected brilliances.

    We Can't Have Everything

  • This Brain is conformed and illuminated with three supernal white brilliances.

    Hebrew Literature

  • For through the Brain are manifested the white brilliances of the eye.

    Hebrew Literature


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