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imagination

[L. imago, likeness]
The formation of mental images of things, persons, or situations that are wholly or partially different from those previously known or experienced.
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7, 1999, "Imagine" was headlined: "The Kiel Opera House is big, beautiful and dark.
Imagine some more and in your mind's eye, imagine the criminal in the time of President Duterte just as the way the President himself wants it done death by hanging.
While 72 per cent still say they can't imagine it, a further 15 per cent say they don't know - meaning it could well be a possibility.
The cold was crisp, I imagine, and scooped out stale
The team will travel to Seattle in July for the Imagine Cup championship for a chance to win NT$3 million (US$100,000).
Imagine also that in Ghouta in 2013 the same propaganda was used about the Syrian goverment's use of chemical weapons that almost had the entire Western world go to war against Assad which would have meant effectively bombing, as we did in Libya, a bunch of Islamic terrorists to power?
Imagine! offers end-to-end solutions for retailers, CPGs and various other segments.
The special edition-show will take over IMAGINE every day for the rest of January.
Schedules and schedule updates issued by Imagine Communications' Broadcast Master traffic system are communicated both to the existing ADC automation platform in Abu Dhabi and to the Versio playout software operating in du's datacentre in Dubai.
SuperSonic Imagine (EURONEXT PARIS: SSI) (FR0010526814), a company specialising in innovative ultrasound medical imaging, has received ISO 14001 compliant certification by LNE certification body.
Imagine Communications says it is shining the spotlight on the current state of the media and entertainment industry's evolution to a new technology foundation.