Despite her nerves, she performed brilliantly at the recital. From LearnThat.org.
He solved the problem brilliantly. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
The stars shone brilliantly. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Adjective : the brilliant lights of the city. ,a brilliant performance by a young pianist. ,a brilliant technician. ,brilliant blues and greens; the brilliant sound of the trumpets. ,a brilliant social event. From Dictionary.com.
Leaders Without a Title brilliantly balance being compassionate with being courageous. From Wordnik.com. [The Leader Who Had No Title] Reference
If they collaborate, Bachelet will close her term brilliantly and Piñera will begin his with the right foot forward. From Wordnik.com. [Elites TV] Reference
European neighbourhood, where guests are being received in brilliantly lighted verandahs. From Wordnik.com. [Insulinde: Experiences of a Naturalist's Wife in the Eastern Archipelago] Reference
Also, something else it does brilliantly is unifying the story into a single coherent whole. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2007-12-01] Reference
It is a superb horror, and once again brilliantly written and well directed by Neil Marshall. From Wordnik.com. [Filmstalker: The Descent clips online] Reference
Along the way Maupin brilliantly explores the question of how we tell stories, to whom, and why. From Wordnik.com. [The Night Listener by Armistead Maupin: Questions] Reference
What Crisis Core does so brilliantly is recall those themes in what is a simpler time for the game's world. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2008-03-01] Reference
Then Bale crosses brilliantly from the left to Crouch at the far post; Lord alone knows how the big man missed it. From Wordnik.com. [Tottenham Hotspur v FC Twente – as it happened] Reference
And working with it is a dream as it heats evenly, is nonstick and transfers brilliantly from the stove top to the oven. From Wordnik.com. [Iron pan, perfect cornbread | Homesick Texan] Reference
Sbragia said: 'Kieran did brilliantly, which is why I'm annoyed. From Wordnik.com. [Football.co.uk news feed] Reference
Goodbye to Stephon Mebury (nickname brilliantly coined by Peter Vescey). From Wordnik.com. [Matt Littman: Finally! We Have A New President to Replace the Worst President of All Time] Reference
It all worked together brilliantly, which is more than I can say for the rice-cracker-crusted tuna. From Wordnik.com. [Globe-Trotting Chef���s Detour Not Too Far Off the Fast Lane] Reference
In this it succeeded brilliantly, which is why it is now recognized as the safest system in the world. From Wordnik.com. [Smart Folding Plug Wins 2010 Brit Insurance Design Award | Inhabitat] Reference
As with a Catskills comic, you tend, with Brooks's films, to recall the brilliantly funny moments and forget the rest. From Wordnik.com. [Double Take] Reference
A PE police spokesperson said the march was well received and that the motorcade was "brilliantly" organised. From Wordnik.com. [ANC Daily News Briefing] Reference
Sir Liam said the NHS had coped 'brilliantly' with swine flu this year. From Wordnik.com. [Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph] Reference
He wouldn't discuss any details, but did say that he was doing "brilliantly". From Wordnik.com. [ShowHype - Top Entertainment News, Videos, and Blogs] Reference
The @ symbol performed "brilliantly" during its run through the MoMA gauntlet. From Wordnik.com. [Gizmodo] Reference
A screening for cinema owners last week went "brilliantly", according to an ROH spokesman. From Wordnik.com. [The Guardian World News] Reference
When she gets to Berkeley she reads poetry aloud and walks around with friends speaking "brilliantly". From Wordnik.com. [ReadySteadyBlog] Reference
The star added that the soap's cast and crew handled the pressure of the 25th anniversary episode "brilliantly". From Wordnik.com. [All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News] Reference
The Iraq strategy is working "brilliantly," Mr. Cheney told 800 or so donors in a midtown Manhattan hotel ballroom. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress] Reference
These often brilliantly illuminate some past economic trend. From Wordnik.com. [What Greenspan Doesn't Know...] Reference
Broadbent brilliantly captures his gruff mix of authority and insecurity. From Wordnik.com. [Crazy For 'Topsy-Turvy'] Reference
This tactic had worked brilliantly against the massed assaults of Iranian foot soldiers. From Wordnik.com. [Blitzkrieg] Reference
Unruh headed downstairs first to warm up the crowd in the brilliantly lit Embassy Ballroom. From Wordnik.com. [Bobby's Last, Longest Day] Reference
Deregulation in some industries -- mobile phones, for instance -- has succeeded brilliantly. From Wordnik.com. [Japan's Harsh Reality Check] Reference
Mark Thornton Arusha, TanzaniaThe articles in your commemorative issue were brilliantly written. From Wordnik.com. [The Lessons Of War] Reference
Franklin Roosevelt had two brilliantly successful years (1933 and 1935) in his first term as well. From Wordnik.com. [Imperial Ilusions] Reference
Cooking by Hand: The hands-down favorite read of the year, by the brilliantly obsessed Paul Bertolli. From Wordnik.com. [Five Knockouts] Reference
Romance is predictably difficult for autistic people, but many do brilliantly in certain lines of work. From Wordnik.com. [Understanding Autism] Reference
First Lilliput, home of brilliantly miniaturized people with huge egos and Peter O'Toole as their crazy emperor. From Wordnik.com. [Ted's Excellent Adventure] Reference
The United States brilliantly won the Ryder Cup, but in the process lost a lot of respect from the rest of the world. From Wordnik.com. [Mail Call] Reference
Sure, it's camp, but well grounded by Koestenbaum's poetic libretto and Michael Daugherty's brilliantly eclectic score. From Wordnik.com. [Jackie Onassis On The High C's] Reference
When soot embeds itself in snow and ice, it absorbs sunlight, making Earth's nether regions less brilliantly reflective. From Wordnik.com. [ENVIRONMENT: WAR OF FIRE AND ICE] Reference
Their communiqués were not just eloquent, but managed to brilliantly paper over major differences among the participants. From Wordnik.com. [We Need a G20 Reality Check] Reference
However, there were also great leaders like Truman and Eisenhower who led brilliantly without the asset of a golden tongue. From Wordnik.com. [The Spiritual Seductions of Eloquence] Reference
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