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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The Honors College welcomes students into a close-knit community of faculty and intellectually gifted undergraduates committed to acquiring a broad and balanced education.
A large number of intellectually gifted men with severe problems associated with a fear of their own sexuality.
Amin is a bright, intellectually gifted, and academically inclined young man and had a promising future prior to becoming involved" in promoting the Islamic State.
Greenberg explained why the firm finds that Irell lawyers are well-suited to succeed at Greenberg Gross: “Irell is correctly perceived as a firm where the attorneys are some of the most intellectually gifted in the country.
Surrounded by her intellectually gifted relatives, there she was on ITV 's challenging All Star Family Fortunes with everything to play for.
A study in Minnesota found that 70 percent of pupils rated high in creativity were rejected by teachers picking a special class for the intellectually gifted.
Due to the prestigious reputations of its 11-member colleges, the New England Small Colleges Athletic Conference (NESCAC) is able to attract many athletically and intellectually gifted students in the US.
His abilities fall at the upper limit of the range sometimes referred to as intellectually gifted.
Hamza Abdulla Al-Qadi is a tenth grader at Jamal Abdulnasser Secondary School, the first government-run high school for intellectually gifted students in Yemen.
Firstly, L K Advani's trenchant criticism of Manmohan Singh was treated with disdain by the middle class voter which rallied behind the PM for he was seen as a mild mannered intellectually gifted man with unimpeachable integrity.
Intellectually gifted, he went on to become the first prosecuting counsel for the Inland Revenue.
He's lean, clever and offers a sort of paternal tolerance of the less intellectually gifted members of the house i.