creativity

[ kree-ey-tiv-i-tee, kree-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF creativity

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Infinite wealth from creativity out of nothing—and eternal life by copying our bodies each time we die!

A great deal of creativity has gone into the artistic improvement of ancient archetypes.

At times it appears that humans do not compete for achieving higher levels of creativity and productivity.

Creativity in virtual reality, including creativity of interaction on the Internet, invites play.

People could learn about their own creativity and about cognitive processes associated with it.

America is successful because of the hard work, and creativity, and enterprise of our people.

She spoke about the importance of creativity, a long word Jerry did not quite understand, but thought meant making up things.

It called for a frightful effort to descend from the intoxicating heights of creativity to the ordinary round of work.

To know of, through and with nursing necessitates methods and techniques that honor freedom, creativity, and interconnectedness.

The literary output of the 1950s was attacked for its lack of imagination and creativity.

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