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As for the self-styled book-smart teams, their brains may be wasted here.
She is levelheaded, book-smart and is very good with logic.
Sophie is a book-smart, athletic, honorable and clever young lady of about Lok's age.
"You're book-smart," she always told me, "but not life-smart.
The individual is "street-smart" and not necessarily "book-smart."
But I'm not book-smart like you.
She still maintained that book-smart ability to repeat facts (like the merger cases) and shows a command of medical situations."
And while Hillary is certainly bright and book-smart, she lacks his creativity and intellect.
Even book-smart ones like Mr. Taylor.
Book-smart, but in a way, caged.'
Not that I'm book-smart, because I'm not.
For centuries book-smart youngsters with new diplomas have slunk out of medical school knowing, if they have any sense at all, that they are impostors.
Michaels recalled: "Dryden was the most book-smart athlete I've ever worked with, yet he played this muck-muck style of tabletop hockey.
Longtime friends of the family say that Peter Karnaugh was street-smart while Ron, the youngest of four children, was book-smart.
He is also depicted as being not particularly intellectual, "book-smart" or quick-witted, but rather "streetwise" and shrewd in sizing up other humans or aliens.
Gertrude, often called "Gert" for short, is often regarded as the most "book-smart" of the Runaways yet also the most sarcastic and cynical.
Additionally, in the comics they are further individualized by having Smith be more book-smart, while Weston is smart in "other ways", generally being more of a manipulative strategist.
Alister Fletcher: Alister also returns, reprising his role from Tomb Raider: Legend as Lara's book-smart friend.
The New York Times series-premiere review remarked on the "chemistry" between Jax and Tara, and described the character as "beautiful...refined and book-smart."
A good fellow; not book-smart but very wise in the everyday sense, He did his twenty-five years, and the duke gave him a spot of land as a tenancy" "Tenancy?
Woodell played the book-smart (nicknamed "the walking encyclopedia") Bobbie Jo for the sitcom's first two seasons (1963-1965), a total of 73 episodes, before she left the series in the spring of 1965 to pursue a singing career.
And you're smarter than anybody else I've ever met in the whole world, but it's not street smarts like Mickey has; it's book smarts, which is exciting only to other people who are book-smart and absolutely boring to everybody else.
In addition, the character of Bobbie Jo, as originally played by Pat Woodell, was a book-smart girl (nicknamed "the walking encyclopedia"), in contrast to Lori Saunders's later portrayal, which was more of a bubble head used for comic relief.
Currently he's earning strong reviews as Jim Allison, the book-smart convict in Tennessee Williams's prison melodrama, "Not About Nightingales," at the Circle in the Square Theater, after a run last summer at the Alley Theater in Houston.
Tom Jicha of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel says of Cuoco, "Her character had the potential to be a bimbo but she has developed it into a fully fleshed-out woman, who isn't as book-smart as the other characters but is wiser in so many ways.