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  • noun Plural form of Imagineer.

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Examples

  • The attractions are to be created by Walt Disney's ride designers, known as Imagineers, in collaboration with Mr. Cameron.

    Disney to Add 'Avatar' Rides

  • Bob Iger, who took over as Disney chief executive in 2005, asked the company's legendary theme-park designers -- known as Imagineers -- to come up with a plan about a year ago, according to people involved in the planning.

    Disney's $1 Billion Adventure

  • Disney calls some of it's employees who work in their creative divisions, Imagineers, which is a combination of the words imagination and engineer.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Disney calls some of it's employees who work in their creative divisions, Imagineers, which is a combination of the words imagination and engineer.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Disney gathered a team of what they call "Imagineers," each trained in various disciplines such as artistry, design and engineering, to update the attraction that has been around since 1971.

    Disney adds President Obama to attraction

  • Disney said the people losing their jobs are Hong Kong-based employees dubbed "Imagineers" who helped conceptualize and plan the expansion.

    Disney Hong Kong Park Expansion On Hold

  • Or trick the kids into becoming Disney "Imagineers" (thats what they call them) by asking them to close their eyes and imagine being there.

    Wyatt Closs: Workonomics 101: No Mickey Mousing Around

  • I also suggested that the Gates Foundation hire a diverse group of what Disney calls "Imagineers" to screen these odd over-the-transom communications for a kernel of an idea they could invest in.

    Richard Walden: A Note to Bill Gates, Oprah, Madonna: size isn't everything!

  • Designers — "Imagineers" — are "bringing new magic to our classic attractions," explains Jay Rasulo, chairman of Disney's theme parks and resorts.

    Disney's New Magic

  • "Imagineers," the creative engineers who develop Disney attractions, studied primate skeletons to ensure their yeti had believable proportions, designing the beast's head, for instance, with the skull of a langur monkey and the arrowlike crest of a gorilla.

    SplicedFeed

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