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creativity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcreativitycre‧a‧tiv‧i‧ty /ˌkriːeɪˈtɪvəti/ ●●○ AWL noun [uncountable]  the ability to use your imagination to produce new ideas, make things etc artistic creativity Teachers have been attacked for stifling creativity in their pupils. Editors complain about the lack of creativity in the ideas put to them.
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creativityIn this myth, entrepreneurial heroes personify freedom and creativity.His house, a rambling patchwork of add-ons and original rooms, is a museum of his disjointed creativity.Companies need to encourage creativity and innovation.There is clearly a fine line between stifling government intervention and encouraging creativity and innovation.Managing creativity has always been a complex issue.The missive points out that the Web is getting faster and easier to use, giving people more access to multimedia creativity.The story of the universe is a mythic drama of creativity, allurement, relation, and grace.It also blocks the creativity of black artistic imagination and practices of representation.
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