brainbox


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brainbox

(ˈbreɪnˌbɒks)
n
1. (Anatomy) the skull
2. a clever person
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JUAN MATA isn't just a humanitarian - he's a brainbox too.
The Bees brainbox, studying for a Masters in finance, has seen enough to suggest Dean Smith's mid-table side are on the verge of sum-thing special.
Both announcements come today from escar Asia 2016* held in Tokyo, where Trillium is conducting on-site demonstrations of both the SecureCAR SDK and the BrainBOX.
The TV brainbox refuses to go down the gobby Ricky Gervais at the Golden Globes route, saying: "It suits Ricky because he doesn't care what people think and that's what makes him so brilliant.
Find out more about Brainbox at their website, www.
The former Countdown brainbox, who is known for being impressive with figures, is the first person to take the Rear of the Year title twice, while Olly Murs has been named the male winner, the Mirror reported.
Quizmaster John Humphrys (left) will crown the champion brainbox after the usual specialist and general knowledge rounds.
The charity BRAINBOX, based at Disability North in Gosforth, Newcastle, organised the balloon release fundraiser at Alnwick Garden in Northumberland over the weekend.
But the programme, Sex Box, is on our screens tomorrow and, in case anyone gets the wrong idea, it's hosted by blonde brainbox Mariella Frostrup and is an attempt to, "reclaim sex from pornography".
BRAINBOX pupils at a Coventry school have been recognised for their mathematical ability.
This is the brainbox movement which holds that the starting point of philosophical thinking must be the experiences of the individual.
EDINBURGH star Matt Scott says his brainbox mates are jealous of him because they can't use their qualifications to get the jobs they want.