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  • He was really into the fact that I was creative and into music.
  • The war has also been featured in many books, television series, and other creative works.
  • He also compared the creative process of drawing with that involved in writing.
  • With it came financial success and the ability to demand more creative control of his career.
  • The title's success established the team as a notable creative force in the industry.
  • She assumed more creative control by writing and co-producing most of the material.
  • He was also considered one of the most creative players in hockey.
  • Some thought the concept was creative; others wanted an actual person of the year.
  • This is true in a creative sense, but not a commercial one.
  • According to the author himself it was extremely difficult to start his creative writing processes.
  • The group had much more creative control, and were very satisfied with the results.
  • And you then feel manipulated when you really do turn out to be creative.
  • He has always tried to find new ways to make his tricks more creative and more difficult.
  • Some writers write both creative fiction and serious analysis, sometimes using different names to separate their work.
  • Those old buildings that survive here are now largely residential or small creative work units.
  • The intellectual property rights for any creative work initially rest with its creator.
  • However, in many ways, it was now entering its most creative phase.
  • No creative team or plan has been announced.
  • They may have a flight of ideas and feel creative.
  • Thus, this work probably falls into the category of creative non-fiction.
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Meaning of creative

  • adjective Having the ability or power to create
    a creative imagination