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Not to be outdone, Richard Mille, grand master of alternative material innovation, is at the final stage of crafting a watch case from a material that relegates even unobtanium to the bush leagues by its sheer badassitude.
Chow, better known as M, always wanted to be an artist, inheriting a love of the arts from his father Zhou Xinfang, one of the greatest grand masters of the Beijing Opera.
The son of a Peking Opera grand master, Chow has always had a cinematic vision (the tiled interior of his original London location was inspired by 1946 classic Gilda).
After all, this is about winning a football game, not gathering grand master bridge points.
The grand master of bird dog liqueur names is Jagermeister because Jager means hunter and Meister means master, so the literal translation is Hunt Master.
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Definition of grand master for English Language Learners
: an expert player in chess who has scored very high in international competition
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