whiz-kid


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Noun1.whiz-kid - someone whose career progresses rapidlywhiz-kid - someone whose career progresses rapidly
doer, actor, worker - a person who acts and gets things done; "he's a principal actor in this affair"; "when you want something done get a doer"; "he's a miracle worker"
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Each had a teaching background, which helped them spread their Whiz-Kid ideology throughout the company.
CHELSEA whiz-kid Jay Dasilva says Stamford Bridge team-mate Tammy Abraham told him to join Bristol City.
Price eventually signed for a three under par 69 to trail Italian whiz-kid Matteo Manassero by five shots.
Stiller and his pals recruit small-time crook Eddie Murphy and failed financial whiz-kid Matthew Broderick to plot their revenge.
The 15-year-old whiz-kid wants to join the Toon after talks with top recruiter Dennis Wise, but the Devon club are holding out for more money.
Whiz-kid Andrew Downie designed a program to filter out unwanted email - known as spam - and called it Bopspam.
Whiz-kid Adam Bell will be totting up sums in a battle to be crowned the nation's maths marvel.
With our small army of deft pros spread across this archipelago (you'll find award-winning scribes in these pages), we've got Japan's biggest and most compelling domestic business stories covered--whether they're surviving the snows in Hokkaido, stirring in the sands of Okinawa or soaring forth from the brains of the nation's whiz-kid animators and games makers.
Chelsea plan a summer swoop for Atletico Madrid whiz-kid Fernando Torres and will enter a bidding war with Inter Milan for Real Madrid midfielder Esteban Cambiasso.
He refers to Apple whiz-kid Steven Jobs as a sociopath and describes Lotus development founder Mitchell Kapor as guilt-ridden by his success.
A computer whiz-kid is to take on the cream of the crop in the world finals of a hard-fought competition.
YOUNG Daniel Hendrie held off the challenge of English whiz-kid Matthew Holroyd to win the Clyde and West Region Junior Open Shore competition.