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Besides our poll, yesterday Google read the story and created their own poll and posted about it on Twitter.

After all, if you know what people are searching for, you can create content that guides them to your site.

Curata, Flipboard, Pocket, and Vestorly are some of the most popular content curation tools you can use to create highly engaging stories to post and share.

Nebula Caravel Acquisition—a SPAC created by True Wind Capital, a private equity firm—will acquire Rover, which will retain its management team and get an infusion of fresh capital.

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The Schneider Electric paid search team made an intentional shift from creating and running reactive paid search campaigns to proactive market and industry-based planning.

Whatever the FBI says, the truthers will create alternative hypotheses that try to challenge the ‘official story.’

They already know the answer, but they know by feigning ignorance they can create all this debate about it.

They just reflect the range of breeds that were used to create the Heck cattle in the first instance.

It was getting to create jokes at the source, and to get to hang out with comedians.

“We would just as soon stay away from a group that will create controversy,” the Cubs general manager Sam Bernabe told the paper.

I cannot believe that a good God would create or tolerate a Devil, nor that he would allow the Devil to tempt man.

Being a God of Love, He would not choose to create a world in which hate and pain should have a place.

It is the fate of all authors or chroniclers to create imaginary friends, and lose them in the course of art.

Think of the immeasurable wealth of a Providence who could create such a wonder for just two insignificant human beings.

Again, authority to create a corporation may fail through long delay in calling a meeting and organizing.


On this page you'll find 165 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to create, such as: build, conceive, constitute, construct, design, and devise.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.