- n. Plural form of cocreator.
“I campaigned heavily for the real-time release schedule, as I recall, and probably my cocreators wanted to drown me in a hat over it.”
“The movie's adventurous tykes continue to rake in viewers via numerous runs across several networks, while the show's cocreators inked a deal to turn Phineas and Ferb into a full-length feature film.”
“As the spy series Chuck rides off into the sunset, we grilled cocreators Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak for their favorite eps.”
“The clone theory works for Robert and Michelle King, the married cocreators of the sophisticated, deeply satisfying sophomore CBS drama about love, law and politics in Chicago.”
“And it was a time when the Source even separated us out of itself, first as androgynous cocreators—or what you call angels—then we became both female and male, first the female and then the male . . . hence why all old cultures revered the goddess . . .”
“This makes us cocreators of our lives and procreators of same.”
“We are cocreators or, as Scripture says, “joint heirs” with Christ.”
“We have already established that as cocreators with God, we are always in that presence.”
“But in reality, our future is our past: we are meant and created to be as one with God, sinless and cocreators of existence.”
“Models" cocreators/producers Pratt and Frank South are packing the show with the over-the-top plots and camp characters they used to turn "Melrose" into a hit.”
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