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creation in Nature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcreationcre‧a‧tion /kriˈeɪʃən/ ●●○ W3 AWL noun  1 [uncountable]MAKE the act of creating somethingcreation of the creation of 2,000 new jobs the creation of a single European currency a job creation scheme2 [countable]INVENT something that has been created The dress is a stunning creation in green, gold, and white. Most countries have systems of government that are relatively modern creations.3 the Creation4 [uncountable] literaryDN the whole universe and all living things
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creationAgatha Christie's greatest fictional creation was the Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot.Are we the only thinking species in creation?The trend has hurt the pace of factory job creation nationwide, economists said.In addition to job creation, the plan envisioned improving the quality of the labor force through education and training programs.Chef Michael Almay's creations will make you want to come back again and again.Another of Marc's creations is a skirt with hand-painted flowers.To avoid the creation of extra synonyms, the file has to be loaded in two passes.We will support the creation by the police of new Racial attacks Squads to monitor and coordinate action against racially-motivated attacks.job creationIn future, job creation will inevitably become one of the main indicators of success.In job creation terms its return on the £170 million so far invested has been small.There was some sort of job creation scheme going on at the overstaffed scoreboard.That is already improving our competitiveness and we shall see its effects on job creation before much longer.The latter is specifically for revenue expenditure for activities such as training; the emphasis is on job creation.People in West Belfast are very cynical about the claims made on job creation in the area.Competitiveness is the key to job creation and the key to competitiveness is the control of inflation.