intellectual giftedness

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intellectual giftedness

An innate, personal aptitude for intellectual activities that cannot be acquired through personal effort or learning.
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He is someone who is also very intellectually gifted, who knows how to question himself, who knows how to ask the right questions.
A very articulate and intellectually gifted Shashi Tharoor was among the names floating around.
The Southeastern Illinois College Junior Falcons summer production is a stage version of the Roald Dahl story of the same name, a tale of an intellectually gifted young girl ignored and
The intellectually gifted Augustine led a restless, if not reckless, life.
Pineda's advocacy is to assist financially challenged but intellectually gifted graduating college students of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) and the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP).
Her name will endure; yet one cannot go on to say "death thou art dead" for the vacuum in the field where this indomitable and intellectually gifted lawyer fought and won her battles for the forgotten and ignored, the resource-less, and - above all - for the politically and socially persecuted is felt more gravely with each passing day: Asma Jahangir was a convinced human rights activist.
That image--of simultaneous tension, fragility, power, and resilience--sustained her over the years that she used the letters as memory prompts in a larger strategy to keep her intellectually gifted mother alive.
The Junior Academy of Science activity is aimed at involving intellectually gifted children into research and development, thus promoting the build-up of scientific capability and training of highly qualified personnel.
Another intellectually gifted friend has suddenly decided that volumes upon volumes in his study have become too difficult to handle and maintain, especially when books can be read on a simple, easy to carry virtual device.
Among their topics are empathy as orientation rather than feeling: why empathy is ethically complex, reflecting on empathy, empathy with the enemy: whether the intellectually gifted can experience empathy with the intellectually impaired, formulating empathy in Vince Gilligan's <Breaking Bad/>, and seeing the loop: examining empathy through art practice.
Clearly, both are athletically and intellectually gifted, making it easier for them to pull it all off.
On her first day at a new school, she is identified as being intellectually gifted at mathematics.