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brainbox

(ˈbreɪnˌbɒks)
n
1. (Anatomy) the skull
2. a clever person
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Brainboxes also develops the appropriate software drivers, which are compatiblewith all major operating systems.
BRAINBOXES are being urged to put their thinking caps on and take part in a charity quiz.
BRAINBOXES Trevor McCrum of McCoy's with Richard Ronaldson, Rebecca Cope, Paul Mitchell, Jonny O'Callaghan and Mark Hanna
BIRMINGHAM brainboxes are being given the chance to qualify for Mensa.
BRAINBOXES will be battling out at a quiz night in aid of a Coventry charity that helps people with multiple sclerosis.
BRAINBOXES still have time to prove their intelligence by entering a giant quiz.
A TEAM of Coventry brainboxes has won pounds 600 in a national contest to find the country's top trivia talent.
BIRMINGHAM'S brainboxes and trivia buffs have just weeks to swot up for the Lord Mayor's annual Mega Quiz.
One in three voted him the Least Intelligent Person In Britain in a poll to find the top brainboxes and dunces.
The budding Alan Sugars have devised an easy to use revision guide called the GCSEasy and Casey is helping the young brainboxes market their idea.
Brainboxes at 3M have come up with the perfect solution - the Breathe Right nasal strip.
BRAINBOXES will be out in force for the Inter-Church quiz evening in Great Barr.