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brainwork

(ˈbreɪnwɜːk)
n
intellectual effort
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brainwork

[ˈbreɪnwɜːk] Ntrabajo m intelectual
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This was the result of some rather feverish brainwork on the way from the links to the cottage.
This bid is the brainwork of intensive consultations at the military headquarters in collaboration with the government's liaison officer of the occupied Palestinian territories, it pointed out.
How much proper brainwork - not zoning out in meetings, or reorganising the stationery cupboard, but work that involves really thinking - should you aim to get done in one day?
BUT ONLY A TINY FRACTION OF PEOPLE in any society is equipped to do lucrative brainwork.
There are brain boosting recipes for particular situations including: breakfast ideas for sustained energy, lunches to avoid that afternoon slump, and quiz-night snacks for fast brainwork.
36) From this perspective, then, Johanna Takala's ambiguous brainwork can be seen as a distortion in "the naturalness of a place" that she as a trainee embodies.
The author offers four categories for all voice training: Brainwork, Bodywork, Voicework, and Fireworks.
While reading, a discussion about strategies and brainwork took place.
com)-- A prominent name in the website development and online marketing arena, Brainwork Technologies recently rolled out a refreshing new look for their website.
Ample brainwork and most of the $ 100-million budget has clearly been invested into setting up California as it would look if a massive earthquake struck.
She is doing brainwork, of course she doesn't have time to play with you, they said.
You'll learn that oftentimes when it comes to finding good hunting spots, brainwork often trumps footwork.