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gifted

(gĭf′tĭd)
adj.
1. Endowed with great natural ability, intelligence, or talent: a gifted child; a gifted pianist.
2. Revealing special talent: a gifted rendition of the aria.

gift′ed·ly adv.
gift′ed·ness n.
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Most children experience similar difficulties in growing up, but gifted children and youth tend to experience more conflicts earlier, especially in school.
According to Perrone (1997), the career is central to the identity of gifted individuals, and gifted persons are more likely to work at one job for life, going against current trends that show typical workers changing jobs, occupations, and careers multiple times.
Kottmeyer says she believes the way she's navigated the public education system on behalf of her kids is "the least worst option," but adds that the situation for most gifted kids in public schools is getting worse.
During the past year there's been a drumbeat of publicity decrying the state of gifted ed, particularly following the publication of a handful of books on the topic.
Positive media stereotypes and school images of intellectually gifted students usually do not make a compelling argument that there are, in fact, a multitude of social and emotional concerns in this population.
If the Hackls had gifted the LLC units prior to contributing the tree farms to the LLC, the contribution of the tree farms would be an indirect gift to the donees.
Intelligence tests such as the Stanford-Binet and the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC) are often used to identify gifted individuals (Kirk, Gallagher, & Anastasiow, 2000).
2503(b) $10,000 annual gift tax exclusion; the avoidance of estate tax on the appreciation in gifted property(3); and pre-death use of the Sec.
This might force the donee to sell all or part of the gifted property, which could be particularly disastrous if the property is closely held stock.