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(WHY? Who would write Brainy instead of Brain? Is it a mispelling or something I am not understanding? Who knows.)
Remy Bumppo Theatre Company, which specializes in brainy, challenging scripts, is doing a real service to the republic of letters by producing "Night and Day," the most obscure of Tom Stoppard's major plays.
I've noted before how the printed page tends to flatter the screamy rather than the brainy companions, and Peri, though nominally brainy, is in fact screamy.
Ms. Steele, with her slim face and eager smile, has been described as "brainy."
(Or to be defined as brainy at all, for that matter.)
Or to be defined as brainy at all, for that matter.
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