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to form by artistic effort

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make or cause to be or to become

bring into existence

pursue a creative activity

invest with a new title, office, or rank

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Briefly put, on this view what is creatable (a descriptive means) is not repeatable and what is repeatable is not creatable.
Discussing Bourdieu's theory of symbolic capital in the similar instance of a court setting, William Earle points out the need for group recognition of such "consecrations," noting, "Prestige in court society is no more arbitrary, in the sense of creatable ad libitum or ex nihilo, than authority or credibility within a particular scientific field" (184).
Fiat money; creatable by governments or their agencies at will, is like a genie in a fable: very powerful, and dangerous if misunderstood and misused.
The wide array of creatable podcasts includes lectures, story time sessions, library orientation materials, and bibliographic instruction.
Knowledge that is creatable, sharable, and actionable only in public--only by taking part, by taking action, in the public sphere
As shown in Table 1, the SAE does not accept the stripline test method as a creatable, repeatable test method.
How do you celebrate Philippe Starck, creator of all things creatable, whose rise from nightclub stylist and Ian Schrager muse to French national treasure has, as he hoped it would, bent our understanding of the interplay between products and marketing, designers and design?
Giant advertising balloons are safe, temporary, inexpensive, effective and aesthetically pleasing to the eye, unlike other forms of signage already permitted in the city of Los Angeles,'' said Adam Melendez of Creatable Inflatables in South El Monte.
with indisputably creatable artworks such as paintings and sculptures, then it seems
The implication of economic forces that lead to vertical integration for asset appraisal is that data needed to complete an income approach valuation for any specific asset will be so commingled with the income of the other assets that it is unlikely to be available or creatable.