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savant

(să-vänt′)
n.
A person with savant syndrome.
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Today, savant syndrome remains perhaps one of the most fascinating phenomena in the study of human differences.
Des sources officielles ont exprime leur inquietude, suite au classement des Emirats Arabes Unis (EAU ) de l'Union Internationale des Savants Musulmans comme une organisation terroriste.
Khartoum, 10 Juillet (SUNA) - Le chef de Commission de savants du Soudan le professeur Mohamed Osman Saleh a souleve un certain nombre de questions sur le dialogue national, en particulier la question de l'identite ,de la Constitution et la crise economique appelant a l'importance de resoudre les phenomenes de corruption et la pauvrete .
He said that unlike savants, people don't have access to them, however, he believed that maybe he could release them himself by decreasing the influence of the left brain hemisphere and enhancing the right.
The Sports Trading Club created The Insight Project, a world first with the study of savants and sports trading.
According to Dr Treffert, Nandana's story is fascinating even within the world of the savants who are indeed extraordinary people.
Le magazine [beaucoup moins que]Arabian business[beaucoup plus grand que] a publie une liste pour les savants les plus influents dans le monde, sur laquelle l'Egypte est classee premiere, en 2012.
As the venture unraveled, the savants coped with insurgencies, plague, military politics, and an international dispute over who owned their notes and specimens.
A la fin du XXe siecle, avec l'apparition de romans comme ceux de Michel Houellebecq, il y a deplacement de la perspective: on ne parle plus seulement de livres savants, mais de livres dont l'objet est le savoir.
Because savants typically lack the general intellectual skills usually present in those with more domain-restricted achievement, this analysis helps to delineate both the core components of talent in those domains and how more general skills affect the expression and development of that talent.
This separated them from many other savants of the period.
By acquainting us with a few of the dozen or so savants living today and their families, Treffert passes on the lesson they provide about unconditional love and acceptance, and the miracles they can work.