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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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Talented Learning is an independent research and consulting firm, devoted to helping organizations of all sizes choose and use modern LMS solutions and related technologies that address their unique business requirements.
The TalentED Project is a new approach to tackling challenges faced by lower-income, first-generation college goers,' said Bob McCann, president Americas, UBS.
Sadly, this pleasure may well be short-lived and one of the pieces on the programme could well be The Sound of Silence because during the first week of this year's Mrs Sunderland Festival the council who he represents as deputy mayor, saw fit to withdraw ALL funding from Kirklees Music School, whose tutors, teachers and instructors along with their patience, care and stamina have helped many talented people of Kirklees - both young and old - to maintain the standards from which his ears received much pleasure.
He said that all possible and modern education facilities would be provided to the talented students of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The Governor announced doubling scholarships for talented students from FATA under the Governor's directive scholarships scheme and assured that the quota for students will also be increased under the President/Prime minister's scheme "Quality Education Opportunities for Talented students of Baluchistan and FATA".
This discrimination between an athlete who has won a medal and a young person who has made a scientific invention cannot "remain concealed from the sharp eyes of talented people," Faraji-Dana said.
Chief inspector Ann Keane said: "There are a lot of talented learners in Welsh secondary schools whose potential is not being developed fully enough.
When I tried to set up a society to care for talented people, I was faced with many attempts to stop it, and when it was finally licensed, I was surprised to see 20 to 30 new similar centres, which I thought was a positive step, but it turned out to be a repetition and a waste of time and efforts," Lt Gen Dahi said.
Such parents could delight in telling friends their offspring was on the gifted and talented register and could be reassured the state system would provide for the needs of their child prodigies.
The event, on behalf of a collaboration of local authorities within the North West that receives funding from the government's young, gifted and talented programme, will offer a variety of interactive workshops.
mu*si*cal*ly adverb <a musically talented child>
RIYADH: The King Abdul Aziz and His Companions Foundation for Talent and Creativity has announced the launch of a scholarship program targeting gifted and talented high school students for the 2009 Mawhiba Summer program.