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“Not that each generation of youth doesn't have the spark of "imagineering" in their hearts, but if necessity is the mother of invention, kids whose needs are met in an instant might not be as creative as those who have gone before them and had to strive to achieve.”
“Her cloak will chronicle the West Midland's unique industrial and engineering heritage transforming her into a moving, breathing monument, reflecting the excellence of past engineering glories and 'imagineering' the engineering future for all our young people in the West Midlands.”
“The radicalism of Höller's most radical pieces is precisely how little 'art' there is in excess of the whizbang imagineering, and it's silly to pretend that people are getting a lot more out of it than a fun ride.”
“First 'Alice in Wonderland', now 'Sleeping Beauty' - what's next in the Disney canon re-imagineering: Pinocchio .... * thinking about it for a second* 'I'm an "evil" real boy.”
“I think that it's very natural for all of the teams to play in that building to sport a red, white and blue motif, and so yes, the fans can expect some kind of re-imagineering, an homage to the past in terms of colors and design.”
“We're imagineering new ways to face the growing needs for energy and food in an uncertain world.”
“I would have thought of some video-game imagineering task: the boy was not without smiles and brains, far from it.”
“With her negative ads coming up short against Brown, Whitman relaunched her imagineering efforts anew ... with a TV ad telling us she did a great job at eBay.”
“Do it! p.s. I was very disappointed with the the Tim Burton re-imagineering.”
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