Jindal's extraordinary energy in those days helped cement an impression of him as something more than a whiz-kid wonk.
On Tuesday, whiz-kid election predictor Nate Silver wrote, “This year, all clichés about Ohio are true.”
The honchos call in a whiz-kid named George Weiss, who penned tunes for the likes of Elvis.
If you were HP CEO Meg Whitman, how would you feel about the whiz-kid consultants?
: Then the whiz-kid lawyers collided with a tougher adversary
A very clever young person; a youthful prodigy: the physics whiz kid (1930s+)
[fr whiz1 blended with quiz kid, ''very bright child or young person,'' used of participants in a 1930s radio quiz program]