Creation

• (n.) That which is created; that which is produced or caused to exist, as the world or some original work of art or of the imagination; nature. • (n.) The act of creating or causing to exist. Specifically, the act of bringing the universe or this world into existence. • (n.) The act of constituting or investing with a new character...
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creation

(from the article `African religions`) ...as African. It is possible, however, to identify similarities in worldviews and ritual processes across geographic and ethnic boundaries. ... Both the Avesta and the Achaemenian inscriptions have little to say about creation in the sense that they contain nothing comparable to the ... Althoug...
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Creation

(from the article `Rivera, Diego`) ...art on revolutionary themes that would decorate public buildings in the wake of the Mexican Revolution. On returning to Mexico, Rivera painted his ...
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Creation

(in Scholasticism) Is the production of a thing from nothing either of itself or of a subject which could sustain the finished product. In other words, both the material as well as formal causes are produced ex nihilo, or, as in the case of certain doctrines on the soul, the formal cause is produced ex nihilo without any intrinsic dependence on th....
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creation

creative activity noun the human act of creating
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Creation

[William Billings] Creation is a hymn tune composed by William Billings. ==History== Billings included Creation in his final collection, The Continental Harmony (published in 1794). The words are by Isaac Watts: the first stanza is from Psalm 139 and the second from hymn 19, book 2, of his Hymns. In 2002, historian of science Edward B. Davi...
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Creation

Cre·a'tion noun [ Latin creatio : confer F. cr...ation . See Create .] 1. The act of creating or causing to exist. Specifically, the act of bringing the universe or this world into existence. « From the creation to the general doom. Shak. �...
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creation

creation 1. The act of creating; an original product of human invention or artistic imagination. 2. The fact or state of having been created; such as, an artifact that has been brought into existence by someone. 3. The act of investing with a new office or title; the act of starting something for the first time; introducing something new. 4. The...
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creation

In Judaism and Christianity, God's creation of the universe. It is described in Genesis 1 and 2, the first book of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament). Genesis was once regarded as literally true, and...
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creation

In Judaism and Christianity, God's creation of the universe. It is described in Genesis 1 and 2, the first book of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament). Genesis was once regarded as literally true, and many Orthodox Jews and fundamentalist Christians (creationists) continue to hold this interpretation. Others see contradictions in the story and reg...
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Creation

See trade creation.
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creation

the act of starting something for the first time
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creation

the act of starting something for the first time
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Creation

When God made the world.
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Creation

[n] - the event that occurred at the beginning of something 2. [n] - an artifact that has been brought into existence by someone 3. [n] - the human act of creating 4. [n] - (theology) God`s act of bringing the universe into existence
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