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Talent

An ancient Greek unit of weight approximately equivalent to 25.86 or 37.8 kilograms, depending on the region.
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His exit stage left, when it came, somehow seems entirely appropriate for one so talentless.
But this means that when Antonio faces the inevitable criticism that he is a talentless buffoon, cynically attempting to cash in on the reputation of his late partner, he now has the perfect riposte.
LIKE most people, I imagine, I have found it a less than enjoyable experience having to listen to executives from the BBC trying to explain away their willful ignoring of the nefarious activities of that greasy, talentless paedophile, Jimmy Savile who, let's face it, became rich and famous only because he had an amazing ability to put gramophone records onto a turntable without breaking them.
That's almost as humiliating as being told you're talentless by Amanda Holden.
The Liverpool legend provided the inspiration as a largely talentless bunch of journalists, fans and competition winners took to the hallowed turf.
IT seems to me that Tv is the process of creating a new trio of monsters in Adrian chiles, colin Murray and, most of all, the supremely talentless James corden.
Arian) a talentless hack who wanders in off the street and, you guessed it, also gets to go on.
The former Sex Pistol let rip in the Bush Telegraph, saying: "The woman's ***ing talentless.
Equally she must be the least talented high profile person in the insane celebrity world we have at the minute alongside Victoria Beckham who is equally talentless.
When Jason accepts an offer to house-sit a Beverly Hills mansion for his friend, the talentless actor Fawn Farrar, he finds himself propelled into a mob of situations that change his life forever, situations that are alternately funny, irritating, terrifying, and rapturous.
It is unacceptable that so many talentless individuals, with over-inflated egos are coining it in.
These were not the 'prima donna' soccer players or a talentless pop group, nor a line up of over-inflated politicians.