from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The lack of provision, a failure to provide something.
- n. The act of improvising, or something improvised; improvisation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Improvidence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Want of forecast; improvidence.
Just about every supporting player is hailed for their "improvision" abilities and ability to "freak" their roles.
It would be helpful of course if the U.N. Emergency Force could be set up on a permanent stand-by basis to avoid improvision in emergencies.
Amid this scene an insane woman was wandering, blithely singing little songs of her own improvision about the earthquake and the killing.
It was an Eskimo coat, tied into the form of a bag, and in the bottom of this improvision was a lump half the size of a water pail.
Bang! sounded a new improvision on the sadly battered pail, and to a new step Jimmy flashed back and forth the length of the saloon.
So it wouldn't mess with anything matching up at all, because it would always look for the original filename, but if it's results return nothing; it does a little improvision to hopefully find the best result.
Rules and process seem more important than improvision.
He stoutly supports cost-benefit analysis to assess regulations "despite its improvision and the ease with which it is manipulated to achieved prefered policy outcomes … He supports the
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