brilliantly, brightly, bright(adverb)
"the stars shone brilliantly"; "the windows glowed jewel bright"
in an extremely intelligent way
"he solved the problem brilliantly"
in a brilliant manner; done with brilliance
in a brilliant manner
The numerical value of brilliantly in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of brilliantly in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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Paul says he heard the phrase 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' sung as a Baptist riff, i took it to mainstream radio. Then Aretha so brilliantly brought it back to church.
We gain amazing confidence and courage on every occasion when we work outside our comfort zone. When we are outside our element, we have no choice but to challenge ourselves to win against all odds, in the face of fear and uncertainty. In my view, we offer our best performance when we have to operate outside our comfort zone, just like a meteor entering Earth's gravitational field and shining brilliantly with the brightest light that illuminates the sky. Hence we mustn't fear leaving our comfort zone or being outside our element at any time. Instead, we should challenge the status quo to offer the best performance in an unfamiliar territory. This is how we reinvent ourselves, and become the better versions of ourselves than ever before. Life often begins outside the comfort zone.
The episode delves into the complexity of that issue -- how some of Kutzler's fellow officers feel about it, how it is being handled, it was brilliantly directed by our first-time director Rocky Carroll [ who is normally in front of the camera as NCIS Director Leon Vance ]. It is a terrific episode. The acting is really strong. I am excited about it on every level.
I felt it would be really cool, i handpicked the artists and the music; I was just amazed that it came together so fast. It was one of the most brilliantly received pieces of the evening.
If Holmes knows deep down that most of what Theranos is doing [ technologically ] is sound, then she is responding brilliantly, if her gut is telling her to do this knowing that it’s wrong, then that’s a different story, because these are people’s lives on the line.
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