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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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Working improvisationally during the 1994 Havana Biennial, Grippo scrawled familiar Argentine texts onto seven student desks, remnants of Cuba's 1959 literacy campaign.
Though improvisationally hit and miss, the laughs are pretty funny when on target.
They are the products of a solitary and somewhat isolated consciousness working improvisationally with the matter and emotions directly at hand, a projection of Rauschenberg's mind and body onto the intimate and alienated world of the studio.
Filmed digitally and improvisationally on the south coast, Gypo firmly establishes Margate, after The Last Resort and Tracey Emin's Top Spot, on the UK film map.
In short, this view of conversation holds that language is used improvisationally.
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.
Go see a live baseball game, with its mix of the game itself and improvisationally dropped in found audio and video clips from popular culture used to wind up the audience--that is collage as well.
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).
provided true and correct answers to the questionnaire improvisationally presented shortly before his return to the seaport known in colonial times as San Cristobal de La Habana .
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.
While the voice of these sonnets is the poet's rather than that of an invented persona, the range of tone and discourse she employs is operatic, from slangy to matter-of-fact to improvisationally surreal:
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.
The highlights include Martin Luther King's "I've Been to the Mountaintop," which I have always preferred to his "I Have a Dream" speech, also included here, because the former is personal and anguished, and improvisationally explains the meaning of King's entire ministry: