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Prodigy

Imaging A bone densitometer that provides rapid full-body scans. See Densitometry.
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Unlike the child prodigy in Searching for Bobby Fischer, Hoffman's Rain Man will never grow up or have much fun or learn to love somebody else.
A child prodigy from Birmingham, who could play piano without being taught, Philip was struck down by the rare encephalitis lethargica epidemic when he was 11.
Have you ever encountered in your practice a child prodigy? Which strategies can help these children transition from extraordinary childhood to ordinary adulthood?
A large part of the phenomenon is due to the success of Tiger Woods, a brilliant golfer who first captured the attention of sports enthusiasts as a child prodigy and later while still in high school.
Agustini was a child prodigy born into a scholarly family.
When she hears a child prodigy playing the piano, does she look down, depressed, at her own clumsy fingers and feel a rush of anger toward the concert's organizers?
A child prodigy, Connecticut-born Trumbull passed the Yale entrance examination at the age of seven.
In short, we were promised a child prodigy and got an idiot savant.
The grandson of Richard Mather and John Cotton, Mather was a child prodigy who entered Harvard at the age of twelve and became an erudite historian and folklorist, as well as a staunch Puritan and tireless writer on an encyclopedic range of subjects.
Born in Lahore, Pakistan in 1910, Chandra was a child prodigy. He published his first paper and developing his theory of star evolution before he even turned 20.

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