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Cleveland: prodigy of the Western Reserve by george E. Condon ISBN B0006DX6QQ Hongisto became immensely popular in Cleveland, especially with the city's ethnic Eastern European community.

Jason was a child prodigy who took collegiate courses as a young teen.

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positive by the end of 2006, although at present it continues to burn cash at a prodigious rate.

In a conversation with Joyce Saenz Harris, he said that his father had uncommon intelligence and a prodigious memory and that he was, as Harris paraphrased his words, a "wise and wonderful storyteller." Second, it is assumed that while faster than light starships produce prodigious amounts of energy just for the needs of propulsion, there is not enough energy available to perform every possible function simultaneously.

His output continued to be prodigious, including plays, short stories, novels, essays and travel books.

The plan of St. Gall was praised by French historian Emmanuel LeRoy Ladurie for its "prodigious scholarship," and for its wide-ranging elucidation of Carolingian daily life.

He had a prodigious talent in proving the religio-legal propositions with rational arguments and in refuting the philosopher's propositions also with the same rational arguments".

The initial proliferation of DCSs required the installation of prodigious amounts of this hardware, most of it manufactured from the bottom up by DCS suppliers.

The hunger artist broke his ties with the impresario and hired himself to a circus, where he hoped to perform truly prodigious feats of fasting.

After these films, he started producing a prodigious body of video works in 1/2, 3/4 and 1-inch tape.

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