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  • Since that time, other universities have begun to offer creation science courses.
  • Most of them are based on pre-existing material, but some are entirely original creations.
  • Several of the models were originally built for Creation and sometimes two or three models were built of individual species.
  • Job creation remained substantially behind the growth of the labor force throughout the 1980s.
  • This process resulted in the creation of the modern Polish state.
  • All three creations have been for members of the same family.
  • Law is also the field which concerns the creation and administration of laws, and includes any and all legal systems.
  • This is why we refer to creation as special creation.
  • The HERO System character creation system is entirely points-based with no random elements.
  • During this same time, he began selling re-creations of his classic covers.
  • The creation of a free economic zone increased the economic output of the city significantly.
  • At the creation of the Belgian state, French was the only official language.
  • Since the end of October opposition groups had called for the creations of a round table.
  • However, there are some characteristics that were present long before the creation of the modern blues.
  • The purpose of creation is for the created to have the capacity to know and love its creator.
  • The court ruled that creation science failed to meet these essential characteristics and identified specific reasons.
  • These are creations of the states and territories under each of their laws.
  • Today, creation science as an organized movement is primarily centered within the United States.
  • The next constructed language he came to work with, Naffarin, would be his own creation.
  • Computer software has special economic characteristics that make its design, creation, and distribution different from most other economic goods.
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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