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Her journey explores identity through cosplay and the collective fantasy of this phenom.
In what can only be described as second-by-second improvisation, Neymar cut and rolled the ball past both players, who were eventually reduced to standing and watching the Brazilian phenom march closer to their goal.
None from Aaron Judge, the New York Yankees’ rookie phenom who leads the major leagues in home runs.
But more attention was given to Dontrelle Willis, the Marlins’ rookie phenom, not getting the call to pitch.
The Cleveland Heights phenom knows the effects of violence firsthand — the county surrounding his hometown experienced a state-high 168 homicides last year.
Ossoff was catapulted to progressive stardom -- and turned into a fundraising phenom who hauled in $23 million -- in large part due to early support from the liberal blog Daily Kos.
Lupita Nyong’o continues to establish herself as one of the greats, with her performance as the conflicted mother of a young chess phenom in Queen of Katwe, based on the true story of Ugandan chess champion Phiona Mutesi.
Built to Fail, premiering at the Los Angeles Film Festival on Saturday, explores the fashion phenom that has gone from the subcultures of the skate and punk movement to a mainstream $70 billion industry.
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PHENOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of phenom for English Language Learners
: a person who is very good at doing something (such as a sport)
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