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    Default Brilliant line up

    "Brilliant Line Up and Impressive Calendar
    Herald New Season"

    It appeared as a lead of a car race magazine.
    What does it Means???

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    Default Re: Brilliant line up

    Quote Originally Posted by njt2009 View Post
    "Brilliant Line Up and Impressive Calendar
    Herald New Season"

    It appeared as a lead of a car race magazine.
    What does it Means???
    Ah, those headlines can be a challenge, can't they! I assume that it means that they are announcing a series of very exciting races ("Impressive Calendar") which proclaim ("herald") the beginning of the coming months' activities ("New Season.") Now, what is the "Brilliant Line Up"? It could be a number of things: the types of races, the kinds of cars (not likely,) the people racing them, or the races themselves (which would basically mean the same thing as "Impressive Calendar.) You might have to read the article to see which they mean.

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