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  • If any cretor wants total control over his creation, then he should create something tangible, phisical, not digital content.

    Techdirt 2009

  • The British tar as can't oblige a feller-cretor is unworthy to tread the quarter-deck, or to bear a hand to the distress of a woman. "

    Varney the vampire; or, The feast of blood. Volume 2 1847


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  • Cretor (Page: 341)

    Cre*"tor (kr?-?"t?r), n. L. creator: cf. F. crateur. One who creates, produces, or constitutes. Specifically, the Supreme Being.

    To sin's rebuke and my Creater's praise. Shak.

    The poets and artists of Greece, who are at the same time its prophets, the creators of its divinities, and the revealers of its theological beliefs. Caird.

    Webster Dictionary, 1913

    March 12, 2011