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  • Home video made possible the creation of a direct-to-video film industry.
  • They were a creation of those who were very holy and close to God.
  • Since its creation, it remains as one of the most important elements of the popular culture.
  • Several later artists or scholars both created art and wrote about the creation of it.
  • Access also has report creation features that can work with any data source that Access can access.
  • The United Nations has played an important role in international human-rights law since its creation.
  • One of these powers was the creation of life.
  • Many house rules have emerged for the game since its creation.
  • The music industry refers to the business industry connected with the creation and sale of music.
  • Her living metal creations are how she makes the majority of her income.
  • He continued to work on new creations up until his death.
  • Baseball has also inspired the creation of new cultural forms.
  • Three of the six works are creations on the side walls of buildings.
  • Chief among these signs was creation of a barrier between the physical world and spirit world.
  • The creation of these laws led to a major shift in the environmental movement.
  • He uses his high degree of intelligence to destroy creation.
  • He pushed for the creation of practical class that could be applied outside of a school setting.
  • Lewis was strongly opposed to the creation of live-action versions of his works.
  • This led to the creation of space colonies as a common setting.
  • They were newly raised units rather than being third century creations.
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Meaning of creation

  • noun The human act of creating
  • noun An artifact that has been brought into existence by someone
  • noun The event that occurred at the beginning of something
    from its creation the plan was doomed to failure
  • noun (theology) god's act of bringing the universe into existence