- Mayo County Council have done an exemplary job in creating this trail and bringing the visual arts to the people.
- His paintings are attempts at getting outside of time, at creating timeless icons of existence.
- In an effort to justify their existence they create documents that only a fool would sign without modifying it.
- It is a prime cause of substance abuse and divorce and can ultimately create a state of tension and chaos in the office and at home.
- That diversity creates a community that fosters interaction more than competition.
- Doing so fosters new entrepreneurs, creates good feelings, builds the brand, and engenders loyalty.
- And it was fantastic to watch our great actors create such magnificent characters.
- Every single one of these actors created a memorable character with their very screen presence.
- The three principal actors are thanked for creating wonderfully complex characters with real motivations and emotions.
- In 1681, sixteen days after the death of the previous holder of the title, he was created earl of Nottingham.
- He was created a baronet in 1885 and elected president of the RA in 1896.
- On returning to England in 1902 he was created Viscount Kitchener and was appointed commander in chief in India.
Late Middle English (in the sense 'form out of nothing', used of a divine or supernatural being): from Latin creat- 'produced', from the verb creare.
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