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If we could only come to a Millennium, or something of that sort, I for one might have the pleasure of knowing a number of charming and talented persons from whom I am at present excluded.
What, if we were even to point out, and comment on, facts and circumstances, which are publicly notorious, and beheld by every one but our mole-eyed contemporary--what if we were to print the following effusion, which we received while we were writing the commencement of this article, from a talented fellow-townsman and correspondent?
He seems to be a very respectable, learned, and talented sort of man.
Princess Nadia and the Search for the Missing Treasure" is the official second release from literary newcomer Talented Books.
Department of Education has awarded more than $4 million to 11 states to focus on increasing the number of minority and other underrepresented students in gifted and talented programs.
Global Banking News-September 23, 2015--UBS announces The TalentED Project for college success
KUWAIT, May 18 (KUNA) -- The encyclopedia of "Thameen of Kuwait" involving about 100 Kuwaiti talented youngsters will be launched next Saturday, said Moudhi Al-Ajmi, the co-founder of the encyclopedia.
A LETTER from Clr Paul Kane, Deputy Mayor of Kirklees on March 4 praised the talented performances at two of the Mrs Sunderland Music Festival programme involving young children, some with learning difficulties and some who had won prizes during the festival at the Saturday evening Gala Concert.
HUIZHOU, China, June 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It is universally acknowledged that people - talented people - are the key to any successful business and, as a result, a solid pillar for the fast growth of society and the economy.
He said that education is the top priority of our government and we are fully committed to support and encourage the talented students of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
He was addressing the award ceremony of merit certificates to the talented students of FATA under the project "Quality Education Opportunities for Talented Students of Balochistan and FATA" at Governor's House Peshawar on Tuesday.
Every year, about 150,000 highly talented people emigrate from Iran, and this is equivalent to an annual loss of $150 billion dollars for the country, Minister of Science, Research and Technology Reza Faraji-Dana said last Tuesday.