improvisation

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something improvised

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a creation spoken or written or composed extemporaneously (without prior preparation)

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an unplanned expedient

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a performance given extempore without planning or preparation

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My film is about a new trend in parenting -- stay at home, working parents -- two parents who both want to raise their kids and also want to continue doing what they are passionate about, either career or art, and finding a way to work improvisationally to cobble their work and family life to have it all," said Robbins-Higgins.
As it has evolved, it has attracted a motley crew, and its body of scholarship is actually improvisationally incoherent, diffuse, and stunningly eclectic in both method and message.
if a real-mode author such as the munshid assembles a text improvisationally, by drawing on all the sonic and lexemic resources of a language, and permuting them in novel ways).
Although over the long run this CD will not likely get as much play as some of the group's "Standards" recordings, it is fun to hear these musicians working together improvisationally, and Inside Out makes a nice complement to the group's other ECM recordings.
Meantime, improvisationally, we proceed to develop procedures to make the system work for the sake of the members and for the sake of the common good of the world.
Nouvelle Vague directors distinguished their approach by working improvisationally from an idea, casting friends and lovers in starring roles and using their own apartments as sets.
Rather, employers also felt their way improvisationally in the course of the war, drawing lessons as they went along that confirmed them in their prejudices about male and female workers.
Whether it is in the classical or jazz idiom or in some yet-to-be-defined Afro-Cuban-based, improvisationally shaped hybrid, it is all but certain that Rubalcaba will remain in the vanguard of contemporary keyboard stylists for many years to come.
Each of Reed's protagonists, then, from Bukka Doopeyduk and the Loop Garoo Kid to PaPa LaBa, Raven Quickskill, and Black Peter, wear the trickster's mask; each is shaped by subversive wit so improvisationally rich and boldly vital that what one character in Yellow Back Radio Broke-Down says of Loop Garoo's hoodoo art might be applied to Reed's own: "Loop seems to be scatting arbitrarily.