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Elizabeth Holmes promoted Theranos in part by imitating the personal and management styles of previous Silicon Valley wunderkinds—right down to wearing the same kind of plain black turtleneck long associated with Steve Jobs.
Yet the 19-year-old wunderkind lines up right beside them all and continues to flourish.
This week's CardsHQ podcast breaks down the different angles of the Class of 2018 wunderkind's recruitment with Indiana beat writer Zach Osterman and Kentucky beat writer Fletcher Page.
Fashionista and media wunderkind Tavi Gevinson, age 21, interviews a millennial-skewing array of celebrities.
Songs: Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas, Dirty Cigarettes, Punks in a Disco Bar Sun Seekers (Sunday) The purebred, blue-ribbon, chamber-pop wunderkinds known as Sun Seeker hail from Nashville, Tennessee.
These wunderkind feats were also the reason that the Market Grille bar at the Valley View HyVee in Overland Park was loaded to the brim with supporters.
The water theme dripped out into the surreal, brooding couture creations that revisited the Dutch wunderkind's signature fusion of organic forms with technology and mechanics.
Kingpin (July 1) A one-handed former bowling prodigy (Woody Harrelson) aims to strike it rich by mentoring an Amish wunderkind (Randy Quaid) in this 1996 Farrelly Brothers comedy co-starring Bill Murray.
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Origin and Etymology of wunderkind
First Known Use: 1873See Words from the same year
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Definition of wunderkind for English Language Learners
: someone who achieves success or shows great talent at a young age
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