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Things talent often describes (“talent ________”)
development, management, senses, identification, probe, creatures, search, lock, scout, force, strength, night, source, cost, sense, schooling, education, show, spotting, loss, detection, programs, scouting, acquisition, keyhole, selection, competition, retention, potential, illusion, hutchinson, based, locks, pool, agents, endograft, participants, systems, free, link, shields, spotter, fire, wielder, faircloth, seal, learning, recognition, hunting, device, blast, iii, fiction, graft, strategy, pulse, teachers, scouts

How talent often is described (“________ talent”)
great, musical, natural, special, artistic, literary, real, best, much, considerable, creative, local, extraordinary, remarkable, native, exceptional, poetic, rare, individual, military, dramatic, particular, managerial, legal, unusual, peculiar, superior, top, genuine, scientific, outstanding, greatest, administrative, available, unique, entrepreneurial, innate, wonderful, fine, professional, latent, poetical, executive, enough, raw, fresh, enormous, less, technical, intellectual, brilliant, happy, highest, mathematical, potential, inventive, immense, sufficient, precocious, distinguished, histrionic, hidden, singular, undoubted, mediocre, given, inborn, prodigious, academic, obvious, athletic, marked


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