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creation

(krē-ā′shən)
n.
1.
a. The act of creating.
b. The fact or state of having been created.
2. The act of investing with a new office or title.
3.
a. The world and all things in it.
b. All creatures or a class of creatures.
4. Creation The divine act by which, according to various religious and philosophical traditions, the world was brought into existence.
5. An original product of human invention or artistic imagination: the latest creation in the field of computer design.

cre·a′tion·al adj.
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The Declaration of Independence had spoken in creational terms of nature and God.
From this definition, it can be said that competitiveness of enterprises is the ability of creational development present in the competitive market environment in comparison to other enterprises as contended by Shi-Rong and Guangkun [52].
It would probably be fair and correct to say that such creational struggles may not at point of occurrence be fully linguistic, even though I have posited that the two identity-structures or agencies are composed like persons, the other of the pair apparently bodiless and invisible, and that the activity between them, within the interior space of the conscious or preconscious arena, is conducted within a linguistic format or medium.
On the other hand, it is a formalistic error to think that there is an a priori prediction of all steps followed by the court, as if his creational powers were always a form of delegated legislative power (HART, 2007).
We would be better served through creational cooperation," he said.
Lit dust is, for Levertov, a profoundly creational and incarnational image.
The most prevalent creational myths implicitly or explicitly employ the image of the deity as a sculptural artist who breathes life into a clay or dust effigy; more often than not, the statue is fashioned in the deity's own image, essentially making it a self-portrait.
This because the baby needs to be brought into contact with the requirements, and, consequently, to have a creational experience of what requires.
It is the age when creational cadence is played on the chords of mind and miraculous tasks come about.
9) Thus sovereignty is both the creational force and ultimate power, but the feature of being ultimate stems from its creational character.
14) Through its emphasis on free-will, absolute sovereignty, absolute ownership, contractual relationships between people and unmediated grace in a creational ontological sense, Protestantism contributed to the construction of a space for secular knowledge.