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Thyrza Primp invariably wears some horrific creation secured to her hair by a pin. THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING (2001)The entire fantastical creation was crashing about her like a cardboard city in an earthquake. COMPULSION (2001)
Epilogue If I had been present at the creation, I would have given some useful hints for the better arrangement of the Universe. INSIDERS (2001)
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Translations for 'creation'
British English: creation /kriːˈeɪʃən/ NOUN
The creation of something is the act of bringing it into existence.
The new businesses led to the creation of local jobs.
- American English: creation
- Arabic: إِبْداع
- Brazilian Portuguese: criação
- Chinese: 创造
- Croatian: stvaranje
- Czech: výtvor
- Danish: skabelse
- Dutch: creatie
- European Spanish: creación
- Finnish: luominen
- French: création
- German: Schöpfung
- Greek: δημιουργία
- Italian: creazione
- Japanese: 創造
- Korean: 창조
- Norwegian: skapelse
- Polish: tworzenie
- European Portuguese: criação
- Romanian: creație
- Russian: творение
- Spanish: creación
- Swedish: skapande
- Thai: การสร้าง
- Turkish: yaradılış
- Ukrainian: створення
- Vietnamese: sự sáng tạo
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