Talent

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Talent has two principal meanings:

  • Talent (measurement), an ancient unit of mass and value
  • Talent, a group of aptitudes useful for some activities; talents may refer to aptitudes themselves or to possessors of those talents

Talent may also refer to:

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Literature[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Got Talent, a series of television shows, in several national versions
  • Young Talent Time (1971-1989; 2012), an Australian television variety program on Network Ten

Other arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Talent (artwork), a seminal work of art by David Robbins, 1986
  • Talent (comics), a comic book series written by Christopher Golden and Tom Sngoski and drawn by Paul Azaceta, 2006
  • Billy Talent, a Canadian rock group from Toronto, who formed in 1993
  • Talents universe, a setting in Anne McCaffrey's science fiction, where Talents are members of the fictional psionic professions

Other uses[edit]

  • Attic talent, also known as the Athenian talent or Greek talent, an ancient unit of mass or value equal to this amount of pure silver
  • Talent (horse), a racehorse
  • Bombardier Talent, a type of multiple unit passenger train manufactured by Bombardier
  • Talent, Oregon, a city in Jackson County, Oregon, United States
  • Jim Talent (born 1956), American politician, former Senator from Missouri
  • Talent, a celebrity or group of them

See also[edit]