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In these were gathered together the brightest young minds I could find, and I kept agents out raking the country for more, all the time.
But in spite of adversity Manchester has proven that it is home to some of the best and brightest young minds in the country.
"Over the course of our history in Qatar, we've had the privilege of establishing several partnerships with academia, facilitating opportunities for the exchange of expertise and knowledge and meeting some of the brightest young minds in the country.
'Perhaps we should not be surprised that even in a community of our nation's brightest young minds, the poor treatment of women, at the hands of even those they trusted as intimates or friends, persists,' she added.
The National Academic Quiz Tournaments brought together some of the brightest young minds in the country for the quiz bowl, with 336 high school teams competing in what the online magazine Slate once called the "Super Bowl of the mind." This year's championship was sponsored by LetterOne.
This year, three teams comprised of the brightest young minds in the country rose to the challenge to showcase their ingenuity at the annual Google Science Fair.
He said that while the police employees a number of specialists such as criminologists, analysts, psychologists and chemists, more specialists are to be employed by the force, creating opportunities for some of the country's brightest young minds.
It has been a pleasure to meet and engage with some of the brightest young minds in the sultanate, while inspiring them towards an entrepreneurial future.'
Abu Dhabi University further supports research productivity and its critical skillset by organizing and hosting the annual Undergraduate Research Competition in which the brightest young minds from across the GCC come together to present original projects in an atmosphere of lucrative competition.
Some of the brightest young minds I have worked with have been girls.
"To get through that process and then beat off competition from some of the brightest young minds not just in this country, but from around the world, is something to be truly proud of."