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characterized by or productive of new things or new ideas

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having the ability or power to create

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The aim of the festival organised in Raipur was to create awareness on cleanliness and to use the waste creatively and re-use garbage," the Prime Minister said.
By 2010, before the effects of the financial crisis were becoming apparent in the data, the effi- ciency advantage enjoyed by creatively awarded campaigns over non-awarded ones stood at about 12:1.
If Andy says, 'Hey we're turning on the jets, let's get going,' I'll be there 150% ready to do what we need to do creatively to put that together.
The partnership will allow CBM direct access to the Asian markets both creatively and financially.
Creatively authored and with sensational paintings created in the traditional Indian wash technique, Ram The Demon Slayer carries its young readers through the mesmerizing tale of Vishnu's incarnation as the human prince Ram in combat of the evil ten-headed demon king, Ravana.
Fun and effective, Fantastic Four Workouts is very highly recommended for its superb production values and complete coverage of Christi Taylor's exercise routines in a double-disk DVD compiling 300 minutes of enthusiastic, music accompanied, and creatively styled workouts--complete with warm-ups, cool-downs, and bloopers
Pupils from Normanby Primary School have been taking part in a Thinking Skills week, with the aim of encouraging them to think more creatively.
Creatively authored by Ioanna Karystiani and expertly translated by Michael Eleftheriou, The Jasmine Isle is a conceptual and metaphorical tale of contemporary Greek literature.
has creatively diversified and sought out markets all over the world, maintaining competitiveness at home and abroad.
When applied creatively and with insight, this language is a physicist's most valuable tool, writes Arianrhod.
Its annual Middle School Teacher of the Year award, presented on November 19, 2004, honored Heath's "perfect curricular mix for employing instructional materials creatively and effectively.
Even if Rooftop Architecture raises as many questions as it answers--not least of which is why such an example of pastiche was chosen for the cover--it should be applauded for attempting to creatively engage with real questions about the future of the city.
The development is also one way the city can creatively address its housing needs.
So my confident assertion that Everton had started to look creatively ``bankrupt'' and, not to put to fine a point on it, knackered, was a classic.
Richie Kohler and John Chatterton, totally engaged professional wreck divers, search and creatively researched for seven years (1991-1997) to verify the identity of a German U-boat they dubbed the U-Who, first noticed by a fisherman off the coast of Brielle, NJ.