Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of create.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "The term 'creating' in itself, there is nothing funner than that," says Bruner.

    Two nights in the life of Brainfeeder, LA's low end high-flyers

  • The creationists have done all the label creating and field defining so far.

    I.D. Rigs Its Own Trial - The Panda's Thumb

  • Dutch artist Theo Jansen made his name creating intricate and elegantly haunting 30-foot-long plastic creatures that walk on their own, powered by the wind.

    Wired Top Stories

  • The term creating money out of thin air is an appropriate description of the process.

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  • The term creating money out of thin air is an appropriate description of the process.

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  • Here again she equates the term "quality of health care" to what she calls creating "a protocol" – a federal rule for how a doctor should treat a patient.

    Doctor's Orders?

  • In addition, they work in order to encourage the distribution of these files by the use of what they call creating sources.

    Big Music’s next target: Israel

  • The United States says that it has made some progress in what it calls creating the conditions for sustained anti-terrorist and humanitarian relief.

    CNN Transcript Oct 8, 2001

  • Experts think the two should continue to move inversely to each other in the short term creating more volatility.

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  • He said that when she reclassified cannabis, which he described as creating only a "relatively small risk" of psychotic illness, she had fallen victim to a "skunk scare".

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