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create [ kri(:)'eit] vt.创造;引起,产生

create [kri'eit] vt. 创造;造成

create [kri(:)'eit] 建立

无中生有 make/create something out of nothing

allow an ambience to be harmoniously created 营造和谐温馨的气氛

create 创造

Romance is built on illusion, and when we love someone, we love the illusion they have created for us.

无中生有 make/create something out of nothing

create 创造

An advantage of using the solar energy is that it won't create any pollution.

My suggestions to deal with the problem are as follows. To begin with, it is urgent to create nature reserves. Secondly, certain rare wild animals that are going to be extinct should be collected, fed and reproduced artificially. Finally, those who hunter them must be punished severely.

I am always amazed when I heard people saying that sport creates goodwill between the nations, and that if only the common peoples of the world could meet one another at football or cricket, they would have no inclination to meet on the battlefield.

The enormous increase of population will create many problems.

Any great work of art is great because it creates a special world of its own.
It revives and readapts time and space.

The problems to be resolved demand, and create, spiritual resources which the prosperous ease of a golden age will never inspire.

You cannot create experience, you must undergo it.

God creates by intuition; man creates by inspiration, strengthened by observation.

Created by life, in definite circumstances, to act on definite things, how can it embrace life, of which it is merely an emanation or aspect?

She could create a fight out of anything.

More local employment will be created, particularly in service industries.

I suppose some people create an idea of who they want to be, and then they live it out.

The choice was meant to create an impression of company unity.

In the novel the writer creates an imaginary world that is completely different from ours.

The enormous increase of population will create many problems.巨大的人口增长将产生很多问题。

The event marked the end of an extended effort by William Barton Rogers, M.I.T. ‘s founder and first president, to create a new kind of educational institution relevant to the times and to the contrary’s need, where young men and women would be educated in the application as well as the acquisition of knowledge.
这事件标志着由William Barfon Rogers的长期的努力的结束。William是MIT的一创立者兼第一任主席,他努力要开创一种新型和时代、国家需要相关的教育机构,在那里青年人可以获得知识性和实用性的教育。

But it’s easy to kill creativity by giving rewards for poor performance or creating too much anticipation for rewards.

Further ahead, by a combination of the great wealth this new age will bring and the technology it will provide, the construction of a vast, man-created world in space, home to thousands or millions of people, will be within our power.

Learning to read is made easier when teachers create an environment where children are given the opportunity to solve the problem of learning to read by reading.

Recycling also stimulates the local economy by creating jobs and trims the pollution control and energy costs of industries that make recycled products by giving them a more refined raw material.

Some people believe that God created the world.

This decision creates a dangerous precedent.

A Look – there’s an internet café. Let’s go and check it out.
A 看——那里有一个网吧。咱们去那里看看。
B Good idea. We can send some e-mails and check the internet.
B 好主意。我们可以发送电子邮件,还可以上网查资料。
A How do I open a hotmail account?
A 我怎样开通一个hotmail帐户?
B It’s easy. You just need to log on to the hotmail site and register.
B 很容易。你只需登录hotmail网页,然后注册。
A Is that all? Don’t I need a hotmail address?
A 就这些吗?我不需要一个hotmail地址吗?
B Yes, but you can create your address and your password when you register.
B 是的,但是在你注册的时候你可以创建一个自己的地址和密码。

Assuredly, the most gifted man errs who, in dealing with humanity, depends upon his own insight
and intelligence and discards the moral law of society, created by respect for the individual,
and those principles of liberty, equality and fraternity, the basis of our civilization, and the
essence of Christianity.
Ferdinand foch, Frcnch marshal

Lying disguises our mortality, our inadequacies, our fears and anxieties, our loneliness in the midst of the crowd. We yearn for the comfort of familiar lies to create a more amenable reality.
Howards Mel, USA writer

There is always a first brave person who breaks step with the stam-peding masses fleeing in panic, who pauses to help another to his feet ,creating his own eye in the storm, The stuff of heroes is made, forged in the midst of tragedy, in the blink of an eye.
Norman Stephens ,American writer

编造 [biān zào] /compile/draw up/work out/fabricate/invent/concoct/make up/cook up/create out of the imagination/

标新立异 [biāo xīn lì yì] /start something new in order to be different/do something unconventional or unorthodox/create something new and original/

出风头 [chū fēng tou ] /to create a stir/to enjoy the limelight/

创 [chuàng] /begin/initiate/inaugurate/start/create/

创造 [chuàng zào] /to create/to bring about/to produce/

创作 [chuàng zuò] /to create/to produce/to write/creative work/creation/

大闹天宫 [dà nào tiān gōng] /"The Monkey Creates Havoc in Heaven", story about Sun Wu Kong/

导致 [dǎo zhì] /to lead to/to create/to cause/to bring about/

缔造 [dì zào] /to found/to create/

节外生枝 [jié wài shēng zhī] /new problems complicate an issue/deliberately create such problems/

闹事 [nào shì] /cause trouble/create a disturbance/

耸动 [sǒng dòng] /to create a sensation/

杂交 [zá jiāo] /(v) create a hybrid/

造成 [zào chéng] /to bring about/to create/to cause/

造成问题 [zào chéng wèn tí] /to create an issue/to cause a problem/

Since the dawn of human ingenuity, people have devised ever more cunning tools to cope with work that is dangerous, boring, burdensome, or just plain nasty.
That compulsion has resulted in robotics — the science of conferring various human capabilities on machines.
And if scientists have yet to create the mechanical version of science fiction, they have begun to come close.

This phenomenon has created serious concerns over the role of smaller economic firms, of national businessmen and over the ultimate stability of the world economy.

Examples of benefits or costs of the current concentration wave are scanty.
Yet it is hard to imagine that the merger of a few oil firms today could re-create the same threats to competition that were feared nearly a century ago in the US, when the Standard Oil trust was broken up.
The mergers of telecom companies, such as World Com, hardly seem to bring higher prices for consumers or a reduction in the pace of technical progress.
On the contrary, the price of communications is coming down fast.

Who is going to supervise, regulate and operate as lender of last resort with the gigantic banks that are being created?

In a draft preface to the recommendations, discussed at the 17 May meeting, Shapiro suggested that the panel had found a broad consensus that it would be "morally unacceptable to attempt to create a human child by adult nuclear cloning."
Shapiro explained during the meeting that the moral doubt stems mainly from fears about the risk to the health of the child.
The panel then informally accepted several general conclusions, although some details have not been settled.

NBAC plans to call for a continued ban on federal government funding for any attempt to clone body cell nuclei to create a child.

Because current federal law already forbids the use of federal funds to create embryos (the earliest stage of human offspring before birth) for research or to knowingly endanger an embryo's life, NBAC will remain silent on embryo research.

When a continental plate come to rest over a hot spot, the material rising from deeper layer creates a broad dome.
As the dome grows, it develops deep fissures (cracks); in at least a few cases the continent may break entirely along some of these fissures, so that the hot spot initiates the formation of a new ocean.
Thus just as earlier theories have explained the mobility of the continents, so hot spots may explain their mutability (inconstancy).

"All men are created equal." We've heard it many times, but it still has important meaning for education in a democratic society.
Although the phrase was used by this country's founders to denote equality before the law, it has also been interpreted to mean equality of opportunity.
That concept implies educational opportunity for all children — the right of each child to receive help in learning to the limits of his or her capacity, whether that capacity be small or great.

{adj: Palladian} referring to or relating to or having the style of architecture created by Andrea Palladio
"the much imitated arch and column compositions known as the Palladian motif"

{adj: autonomous} existing as an independent entity
"the partitioning of India created two separate and autonomous jute economies"

{adj: brocaded, embossed, raised} embellished with a raised pattern created by pressure or embroidery
"brocaded silk"
"an embossed satin"
"embossed leather"
"raised needlework"
"raised metalwork"

{adj: conventionalized, conventionalised, stylized, stylised} using artistic forms and conventions to create effects; not natural or spontaneous
"a stylized mode of theater production"

{adj: corporeal, material} having material or physical form or substance
"that which is created is of necessity corporeal and visible and tangible" - Benjamin Jowett
<-> incorporeal

{adj: creative, originative} having the ability or power to create
"a creative imagination"
<-> uncreative

{adj: dedicated} devoted to a cause or ideal or purpose
"a dedicated dancer"
"dedicated teachers"
"dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal"- A.Lincoln
<-> undedicated

{adj: designed} planned or created in an artistic or skilled manner
"a beautifully designed dress"
"some Italian designed sandals have cushioning"

{adj: divine, godlike} being or having the nature of a god
"the custom of killing the divine king upon any serious failure of his...powers"-J.G.Frazier
"the divine will"
"the divine capacity for love"
"'Tis wise to learn; 'tis God-like to create"-J.G.Saxe

{adj: dramatic, spectacular, striking} sensational in appearance or thrilling in effect
"a dramatic sunset"
"a dramatic pause"
"a spectacular display of northern lights"
"it was a spectacular play"
"his striking good looks always created a sensation"

{adj: evacuated} emptied by being pumped out or having a vacuum created
"a highly evacuated glass tube"

{adj: exciting} creating or arousing excitement
"an exciting account of her trip"
<-> unexciting

{adj: eye-deceiving, trompe-l'oeil} creating the illusion of seeing reality
"the visual deception of trompe-l'oeil art"

{adj: factitious} not produced by natural forces
"brokers created a factitious demand for stocks"

{adj: fanciful, imaginary, imagined, notional} not based on fact; dubious
"the falsehood about some fanciful secret treaties"- F.D.Roosevelt
"a small child's imaginary friends"
"her imagined fame"
"to create a notional world for oneself"

{adj: immutable, changeless} not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature
"the view of that time was that all species were immutable, created by God"
<-> mutable

{adj: innovative, innovational, groundbreaking} being or producing something like nothing done or experienced or created before
"stylistically innovative works"
"innovative members of the artistic community"
"a mind so innovational, so original"

{adj: legislative} of or relating to or created by legislation
"legislative proposal"

{adj: moving} used of a series of photographs presented so as to create the illusion of motion
"Her ambition was to be in moving pictures or `the movies'"
<-> still

{adj: obligational} relating or constituting or qualified to create a legal or financial obligation
"obligational authority"

{adj: parted} having a margin incised almost to the base so as to create distinct divisions or lobes

{adj: partitive} indicating or characterized by or serving to create partition or division into parts
"partitive tendencies in education"

{adj: prepossessing} creating a favorable impression
"strong and vigorous and of prepossessing appearance"

{adj: pretentious} making claim to or creating an appearance of (often undeserved) importance or distinction
"a pretentious country house"
"a pretentious fraud"
"a pretentious scholarly edition"
<-> unpretentious

{adj: primitive, naive} of or created by one without formal training; simple or naive in style
"primitive art such as that by Grandma Moses is often colorful and striking"

{adj: re-created} created anew
"this re-created literalness"

{adj: realistic} aware or expressing awareness of things as they really are
"a realistic description"
"a realistic view of the possibilities"
"a realistic appraisal of our chances"
"the actors tried to create a realistic portrayal of the Africans"
<-> unrealistic

{adj: small-scale} created or drawn on a small scale
"small-scale maps"
"a small-scale model"

{adj: standing} not created for a particular occasion
"a standing committee"

{adj: statutory} relating to or created by statutes
"statutory matters"
"statutory law"

{adj: still} used of pictures; of a single or static photograph not presented so as to create the illusion of motion; or representing objects not capable of motion
"a still photograph"
"Cezanne's still life of apples"
<-> moving

{adj: synclinal} sloping downward toward each other to create a trough
<-> anticlinal

{adj: unprepossessing, unpresentable} creating an unfavorable or neutral first impression

{adv: fictitiously} in a fictional manner (created by the imagination)

{adv: volcanically} by or like volcanoes
"volcanically created landscape"

{n: Aaron} (Old Testament) elder brother of Moses and first high priest of the Israelites; created the golden calf

{n: Abstract Expressionism, action painting} a New York school of painting characterized by freely created abstractions; the first important school of American painting to develop independently of European styles

{n: Attorney General, Attorney General of the United States} the position of the head of the Justice Department and the chief law enforcement officer of the United States
"the post of Attorney General was created in 1789"

{n: Barrie, James Barrie, J. M. Barrie, James Matthew Barrie, Sir James Matthew Barrie} Scottish dramatist and novelist; created Peter Pan (1860-1937)

{n: Bartholdi, Frederic Auguste Bartholdi} French sculptor best known for creating the Statue of Liberty now in New York harbor

{n: Basque Homeland and Freedom, Basque Fatherland and Liberty, Euskadi ta Askatasuna, ETA} a terrorist organization organized in 1959 by student activists who were dissatisfied with the moderate nationalism of the traditional Basque party; want to create on independent homeland in Spain's western Pyrenees
"in 1968 ETA launched a campaign of political assassinations of government officials"

{n: Belsen} a Nazi concentration camp for Jews created in northwestern Germany during World War II

{n: Calder, Alexander Calder} United States sculptor who first created mobiles and stabiles (1898-1976)

{n: Cheshire cat} a fictional cat with a broad fixed smile on its face; created by Lewis Carroll

{n: Colonel Blimp, Blimp} any elderly pompous reactionary ultranationalistic person (after the cartoon character created by Sir David Low)

{n: Colonel Blimp} a pompous reactionary cartoon character created by Sir David Low

{n: Conan Doyle, A. Conan Doyle, Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle} English author who created Sherlock Holmes (1859-1930)

{n: Dachau} a concentration camp for Jews created by the Nazis near Munich in southern Germany

{n: Debussy, Claude Debussey, Claude Achille Debussy} French composer who is said to have created Impressionism in music (1862-1918)

{n: Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Department, Agriculture, USDA} the federal department that administers programs that provide services to farmers (including research and soil conservation and efforts to stabilize the farming economy); created in 1862

{n: Department of Commerce and Labor} a former executive department of the United States government; created in 1903 and split into two departments in 1913

{n: Department of Commerce, Commerce Department, Commerce, DoC} the United States federal department that promotes and administers domestic and foreign trade (including management of the census and the patent office); created in 1913

{n: Department of Defense, Defense Department, United States Department of Defense, Defense, DoD} the federal department responsible for safeguarding national security of the United States; created in 1947

{n: Department of Education, Education Department, Education} the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with education (including federal aid to educational institutions and students); created 1979

{n: Department of Energy, Energy Department, Energy, DOE} the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977

{n: Department of Health Education and Welfare} a former executive department of the United States government; created in 1953 and divided in 1979

{n: Department of Health and Human Services, Health and Human Services, HHS} the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with health and welfare; created in 1979

{n: Department of Housing and Urban Development, Housing and Urban Development, HUD} the United States federal department that administers federal programs dealing with better housing and urban renewal; created in 1965

{n: Department of Justice, Justice Department, Justice, DoJ} the United States federal department responsible for enforcing federal laws (including the enforcement of all civil rights legislation); created in 1870

{n: Department of Labor, Labor Department, Labor, DoL} the federal department responsible for promoting the working conditions of wage earners in the United States; created in 1913

{n: Department of State, United States Department of State, State Department, State, DoS} the federal department in the United States that sets and maintains foreign policies
"the Department of State was created in 1789"

{n: Department of Transportation, Transportation, DoT} the United States federal department that institutes and coordinates national transportation programs; created in 1966

{n: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA} the United States federal department responsible for the interests of military veterans; created in 1989

{n: Department of the Interior, Interior Department, Interior, DoI} the United States federal department charged with conservation and the development of natural resources; created in 1849

{n: Department of the Treasury, Treasury Department, Treasury, United States Treasury} the federal department that collects revenue and administers federal finances; the Treasury Department was created in 1789

{n: Dior, Christian Dior} French couturier whose first collection in 1947 created a style that became known as the New Look (1905-1957)

{n: Disney, Walt Disney, Walter Elias Disney} United States film maker who pioneered animated cartoons and created such characters as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck; founded Disneyland (1901-1966)

{n: Disneyland} an amusement park in Anaheim created in 1955 by Walt Disney

{n: District of Columbia, D.C., DC} the district occupied entirely by the city of Washington; chosen by George Washington as the site of the nation's capital and created out of land ceded by Maryland and Virginia

{n: Donald Duck} a fictional duck created in animated film strips by Walt Disney

{n: Edward, Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor} King of England and Ireland in 1936; his marriage to Wallis Warfield Simpson created a constitutional crisis leading to his abdication (1894-1972)

{n: Eisenstaedt, Alfred Eisenstaedt} United States photographer (born in Germany) whose unposed documentary photographs created photojournalism (born in 1898)

{n: Elgin Marbles} a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures and fragments of architecture created by Phidias; chiefly from the Parthenon in Athens

{n: Eve} (Old Testament) Adam's wife in Judeo-Christian mythology: the first woman and mother of the human race; God created Eve from Adam's rib and placed Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden

{n: Faberge, Peter Carl Faberge} Russian goldsmith noted for creating a series of jeweled and enameled Easter eggs for European royalty (1846-1920)

{n: Feifer, Jules Feifer} United States cartoonist who created a sarcastic comic strip (born in 1929)

{n: First Crusade} a Crusade from 1096 to 1099; captured Jerusalem and created a theocracy there

{n: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, FISA} an act passed by Congress in 1978 to establish procedures for requesting judicial authorization for foreign intelligence surveillance and to create the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court; intended to increase United States counterintelligence; separate from ordinary law enforcement surveillance

{n: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, F.I.S.C.} a secret federal court created in 1978 by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act; responsible for authorizing wiretaps and other forms of electronic surveillance and for authorizing searches of suspected spies and terrorists by the Department of Justice or United States intelligence agencies

{n: Frankenstein, Frankenstein's monster} the monster created by Frankenstein in a gothic novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (the creator's name is commonly used to refer to his creation)

{n: Frankenstein} the fictional Swiss scientist who was the protagonist in a gothic novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley; he created a monster from parts of corpses

{n: French, Daniel Chester French} United States sculptor who created the seated marble figure of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. (1850-1931)

{n: Galatea} (Greek mythology) a maiden who was first a sculpture created by Pygmalion and was brought to life by Aphrodite in answer to Pygmalion's prayers

{n: General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, GATT} a United Nations agency created by a multinational treaty to promote trade by the reduction of tariffs and import quotas

{n: Goofy} a cartoon character created by Walt Disney

{n: Guggenheim, Solomon Guggenheim} United States philanthropist; son of Meyer Guggenheim who created several foundations to support the arts (1861-1949)

{n: Hamas, Islamic Resistance Movement} a militant Islamic fundamentalist political movement that opposes peace with Israel and uses terrorism as a weapon; seeks to create an Islamic state in place of Israel; is opposed to the PLO and has become a leading perpetrator of terrorist activity in Israel; pioneered suicide bombing

{n: Henson, Jim Henson} United States puppeteer who created a troupe of puppet characters (1936-1990)

{n: Hershey, Milton Snavely Hershey} United States confectioner and philanthropist who created the model industrial town of Hershey, Pennsylvania; founded an industrial school for orphan boys (1857-1945)

{n: Hitchcock, Alfred Hitchcock, Sir Alfred Hitchcock, Alfred Joseph Hitchcock} English film director noted for his skill in creating suspense (1899-1980)

{n: Hizballah, Hezbollah, Hizbollah, Hizbullah, Lebanese Hizballah, Party of God, Islamic Jihad, Islamic Jihad for the Liberation of Palestine, Revolutionary Justice Organization, Organization of the Oppressed on Earth} a Shiite terrorist organization with strong ties to Iran; seeks to create an Iranian fundamentalist Islamic state in Lebanon; car bombs are the signature weapon

{n: Hull, Cordell Hull} United States diplomat who did the groundwork for creating the United Nations (1871-1955)

{n: Hussein, Husain, Husayn, ibn Talal Hussein, King Hussein} king of Jordan credited with creating stability at home and seeking peace with Israel (1935-1999)

{n: IJsselmeer} a shallow lake in northwestern Netherlands created in 1932 by building a dam across the entrance to the Zuider Zee

{n: Inca, Inka, Incan} a member of the small group of Quechuan people living in the Cuzco valley in Peru who established hegemony over their neighbors to create the great Inca empire that lasted from about 1100 until the Spanish conquest in the early 1530s

{n: Inquisition} a former tribunal of the Roman Catholic Church (1232-1820) created to discover and suppress heresy

{n: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, World Bank, IBRD} a United Nations agency created to assist developing nations by loans guaranteed by member governments

{n: Khmer Rouge, KR, Party of Democratic Kampuchea, Communist Party of Kampuchea} a communist organization formed in Cambodia in 1970; became a terrorist organization in 1975 when it captured Phnom Penh and created a government that killed an estimated three million people; was defeated by Vietnamese troops but remained active until 1999

{n: Klein, Felix Klein} German mathematician who created the Klein bottle (1849-1925)

{n: Lepidobotryaceae, family Lepidobotryaceae} family created in 1950 solely for the classification of a distinctive African tree repeatedly classified in other families; trees long believed to exist only in Africa

{n: Low, David Low, Sir David Low, Sir David Alexander Cecil Low} British political cartoonist (born in New Zealand) who created the character Colonel Blimp (1891-1963)

{n: Machiavellianism} the political doctrine of Machiavelli: any means (however unscrupulous) can be used by a ruler in order to create and maintain his autocratic government

{n: Marks, Simon Marks, First Baron Marks of Broughton} English businessman who created a retail chain (1888-1964)

{n: Marlowe, Philip Marlowe} tough cynical detective (one of the early detective heroes in American fiction) created by Raymond Chandler

{n: Marquand, John Marquand, John Philip Marquand} United States writer who created the Japanese detective Mr. Moto and wrote other novels as well (1893-1960)

{n: Marxism} the economic and political theories of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels that hold that human actions and institutions are economically determined and that class struggle is needed to create historical change and that capitalism will ultimately be superseded by communism

{n: Micawber, Wilkins Micawber} fictional character created by Charles Dickens; an eternal optimist

{n: Mickey Mouse} a fictional mouse created in animated film strips by Walt Disney

{n: Mr. Moto} Japanese sleuth created by John Marquand

{n: National Academy of Sciences} an honorary American society of scientists created by President Lincoln during the American Civil War

{n: Navy Department} a former executive department of the United States government; created in 1798 and combined with the War Department in 1947

{n: New Look} a style of women's clothing created by Christian Dior in 1947; involved a tight bodice and narrow waist and a flowing pleated skirt

{n: Nobel, Alfred Nobel, Alfred Bernhard Nobel} Swedish chemist remembered for his invention of dynamite and for the bequest that created the Nobel prizes (1833-1896)

{n: North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO} an international organization created in 1949 by the North Atlantic Treaty for purposes of collective security

{n: Nuclear Regulatory Commission, NRC} an independent federal agency created in 1974 to license and regulate nuclear power plants

{n: Nuffield, William Richard Morris, First Viscount Nuffield} British industrialist who manufactured automobiles and created a philanthropic foundation (1877-1963)

{n: Nunavut} an Arctic territory in northern Canada created in 1999 and governed solely by the Inuit; includes the eastern part of what was the Northwest Territories and most of the islands of the Arctic Archipelago
"Nunavut is the homeland of the Inuit people"

{n: Olympian Zeus} a seated statue of the supreme god of ancient Greek mythology created for the temple at Olympia; the statue was 40 feet tall and rested on a base that was 12 feet high

{n: Organization of American States, OAS} an association of countries in the western hemisphere; created in 1948 to promote military and economic and social and cultural cooperation

{n: Ostrogoth} a member of the eastern group of Goths who created a kingdom in northern Italy around 500 AD

{n: Ottoman Empire, Turkish Empire} a Turkish sultanate of southwestern Asia and northeastern Africa and southeastern Europe; created by the Ottoman Turks in the 13th century and lasted until the end of World War I; although initially small it expanded until it superseded the Byzantine Empire

{n: Palestine Islamic Jihad, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, PIJ, Harakat al-Jihad al-Islami al-Filastini} a militant Palestinian terrorist group created in 1979 and committed to the creation of an Islamic state in Palestine and to the destruction of Israel; smaller and more exclusively militant that Hamas

{n: Palestine Liberation Organization, PLO} a political movement uniting Palestinian Arabs in an effort to create an independent state of Palestine; when formed in 1964 it was a terrorist organization dominated by Yasser Arafat's al-Fatah; in 1968 Arafat became chairman; received recognition by the United Nations and by Arab states in 1974 as a government in exile; has played a largely political role since the creation of the Palestine National Authority

{n: Palestine National Authority, Palestinian National Authority, Palestine Authority} combines the Gaza Strip and the West Bank under a political unit with limited autonomy and a police force; created in 1993 by an agreement between Israel and the PLO

{n: Pandora} (Greek mythology) the first woman; created by Hephaestus on orders from Zeus who presented her to Epimetheus along with a box filled with evils

{n: Persia, Persian Empire} an empire in southern Asia created by Cyrus the Great in the 6th century BC and destroyed by Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC

{n: Pitt, George Pitt, George Dibdin Pitt, George Dibdin-Pitt} a British playwright who created the fictional character Sweeney Todd (1799-1855)

{n: Pluto} a cartoon character created by Walt Disney

{n: Portugal, Portuguese Republic} a republic in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; Portuguese explorers and colonists in the 15th and 16th centuries created a vast overseas empire (including Brazil)

{n: Pygmalion} (Greek mythology) a king who created a statue of a woman and fell in love with it; Aphrodite brought the sculpture to life as Galatea

{n: Qibla} a small terrorist group of Muslims in South Africa formed in the 1980s; was inspired by Ayatollah Khomeini to create an Islamic state in South Africa

{n: RAM disk} (computer science) a virtual drive that is created by setting aside part of the random-access memory to use as if it were a group of sectors
"access to a RAM disk is very fast but the data it contains is lost when the system is turned off"

{n: Regius professor} holder of a British professorship created by a royal patron

{n: Ritz, Cesar Ritz} Swiss hotelier who created a chain of elegant hotels (1850-1918)

{n: Russia} a former empire in eastern Europe and northern Asia created in the 14th century with Moscow as the capital; powerful in the 17th and 18th centuries under Peter the Great and Catherine the Great when Saint Petersburg was the capital; overthrown by revolution in 1917

{n: SA, Sturmarbeiteilung, Storm Troops} Nazi militia created by Hitler in 1921 that helped him to power but was eclipsed by the SS after 1943

{n: Secretary of Commerce and Labor} head of a former executive department created in 1903 and divided into two departments in 1913

{n: Secretary of Commerce, Commerce Secretary} the position of the head of the Department of Commerce
"the position of Commerce Secretary was created in 1913"

{n: Secretary of Defense, Defense Secretary} the position of the head of the Department of Defense
"the position of Defense Secretary was created in 1947"

{n: Secretary of Education, Education Secretary} the position of the head of the Education Department
"the post of Education Secretary was created in 1979"

{n: Secretary of Energy, Energy Secretary} the position of the head of the Department of Energy
"the post of Energy Secretary was created in 1977"

{n: Secretary of Health Education and Welfare} head of a former executive department created in 1953 and divided into two departments in 1979

{n: Secretary of Health and Human Services} the position of the head of the Department of Health and Human Services
"the post of Secretary of Health and Human Services was created by Congress in 1979"

{n: Secretary of Housing and Urban Development} the position of the head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development
"the position of Secretary of Housing and Urban Development was created in 1966"

{n: Secretary of Labor, Labor Secretary} the position of the head of the Department of Labor
"the post of Labor Secretary was created in 1913"

{n: Secretary of Transportation, Transportation Secretary} the position of the head of the Department of Transportation
"the post of Transportation Secretary was created in 1966"

{n: Secretary of Veterans Affairs} the position of the head of the Department of Veterans Affairs
"the post of Secretary of Veterans Affairs was created in 1989"

{n: Secretary of the Interior, Interior Secretary} the position of the head of the Department of the Interior
"the position of Interior Secretary was created in 1849"

{n: Secretary of the Treasury, Treasury Secretary} the position of the head of the Treasury Department
"the position of Treasury Secretary was created in 1789"

{n: Sequoya, Sequoyah, George Guess} Cherokee who created a notation for writing the Cherokee language (1770-1843)

{n: Serengeti National Park} a national park in Tanzania created in 1951 to protect the wildlife

{n: Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, Seven Wonders of the World} impressive monuments created in the ancient world that were regarded with awe

{n: Shelley, Mary Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Mary Godwin Wollstonecraft Shelley} English writer who created Frankenstein's monster and married Percy Bysshe Shelley (1797-1851)

{n: Simpson, Mrs. Simpson, Wallis Warfield Simpson, Wallis Warfield Windsor, Duchess of Windsor} United States divorcee whose marriage to Edward VIII created a constitutional crisis leading to his abdication

{n: Stalin, Joseph Stalin, Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili} Russian leader who succeeded Lenin as head of the Communist Party and created a totalitarian state by purging all opposition (1879-1953)

{n: Stradivari, Antonio Stradivari, Stradivarius, Antonius Stradivarius} Italian violin maker who developed the modern violin and created violins of unequaled tonal quality (1644?-1737)

{n: Thomism} the comprehensive theological doctrine created by Saint Thomas Aquinas in the 13th century and still taught by the Dominicans

{n: Typhoeus} (Greek mythology) son of Gaea and Tartarus who created the whirlwinds; had a terrifying voice and 100 dragon heads that spurted fire

{n: Visigoth} a member of the western group of Goths who sacked Rome and created a kingdom in present-day Spain and southern France

{n: Walter Mitty} fictional character created by James Thurber who daydreams about his adventures and triumphs

{n: War Department} a former executive department of the United States government; created in 1789 and combined with the Navy Department in 1947

{n: Ymir} (Norse mythology) the primeval giant slain by Odin and his brothers and from whose body they created the world: the sea from his blood; the earth from his flesh; the mountains from his bones; the sky from his skull

{n: Zionism, Zionist movement} a movement of world Jewry that arose late in the 19th century with the aim of creating a Jewish state in Palestine

{n: Zuider Zee} a former inlet of the North Sea in the northern coast of the Netherlands; sealed off from the sea in 1932 by a dam that created the IJsselmeer

{n: abiogenesis, autogenesis, autogeny, spontaneous generation} a hypothetical organic phenomenon by which living organisms are created from nonliving matter

{n: acceptance} (contract law) words signifying consent to the terms of an offer (thereby creating a contract)

{n: addition} the act of adding one thing to another
"the addition of flowers created a pleasing effect"
"the addition of a leap day every four years"
<-> subtraction

{n: administrative law} the body of rules and regulations and orders and decisions created by administrative agencies of government

{n: adoption} a legal proceeding that creates a parent-child relation between persons not related by blood; the adopted child is entitled to all privileges belonging to a natural child of the adoptive parents (including the right to inherit)

{n: air traffic} traffic created by the movement of aircraft

{n: alphabet soup} a confusing assortment
"Roosevelt created an alphabet soup of federal agencies"

{n: antiferromagnetism} magnetic field creates parallel but opposing spins; varies with temperature

{n: architect, designer} someone who creates plans to be used in making something (such as buildings)

{n: artificial language} a language that is deliberately created for a specific purpose
<-> natural language

{n: attitude} a theatrical pose created for effect
"the actor struck just the right attitude"

{n: backwater} a body of water that was created by a flood or tide or by being held or forced back by a dam
"the bayous and backwaters are breeding grounds for mosquitos"

{n: bandwagon effect} the phenomenon of a popular trend attracting even greater popularity
"in periods of high merger activity there is a bandwagon effect with more and more firms seeking to engage in takeover activity"
"polls are accused of creating a bandwagon effect to benefit their candidate"

{n: black music, African-American music} music created by African-American musicians; early forms were songs that had a melodic line and a strong rhythmic beat with repeated choruses

{n: blood bank} a place for storing whole blood or blood plasma
"the Red Cross created a blood bank for emergencies"

{n: blood-brain barrier} a mechanism that creates a barrier between brain tissues and circulating blood; serves to protect the central nervous system
"the brain was protected from the large molecules of the virus by the blood-brain barrier"

{n: boom, bonanza, gold rush, gravy, godsend, manna from heaven, windfall, bunce} a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)
"the demand for testing has created a boom for those unregulated laboratories where boxes of specimen jars are processed like an assembly line"

{n: borrow pit} a pit created to provide earth that can be used as fill at another site

{n: breed, strain, stock} a special variety of domesticated animals within a species
"he experimented on a particular breed of white rats"
"he created a new strain of sheep"

{n: brush discharge} discharge between electrodes creating visible streamers of ionized particles

{n: builder} a person who creates a business or who organizes and develops a country
"empire builder"

{n: butt welding, butt-welding} creating a butt joint by welding

{n: bypass} a surgically created shunt (usually around a damaged part)

{n: carving, cutting} removing parts to create a desired shape

{n: carving} a sculpture created by removing material (as wood or ivory or stone) in order to create a desired shape

{n: catalysis, contact action} acceleration of a chemical reaction induced the presence of material that is chemically unchanged at the end of the reaction
"of the top 50 commodity chemicals, 30 are created directly by catalysis and another 6 are made from raw materials that are catalytically produced"

{n: cataphatism} the religious belief that God has given enough clues to be known to humans positively and affirmatively (e.g., God created Adam `in his own image')
<-> apophatism, doctrine of analogy

{n: charitable trust, public trust} a trust created for charitable or religious or educational or scientific purposes

{n: charity} a foundation created to promote the public good (not for assistance to any particular individuals)

{n: charter school} an experimental public school for kindergarten through grade 12; created and organized by teachers and parents and community leaders; operates independently of other schools

{n: chop suey} meat or fish stir-fried with vegetables (e.g., celery, onions, peppers or bean sprouts) seasoned with ginger and garlic and soy sauce; served with rice; created in the United States and frequently served in Chinese restaurants there

{n: choreographer} someone who creates new dances

{n: church mouse} a fictional mouse created by Lewis Carroll

{n: classic} an artist who has created classic works

{n: classifier} a person who creates classifications

{n: cloning} a general term for the research activity that creates a copy of some biological entity (a gene or organism or cell)

{n: college} an institution of higher education created to educate and grant degrees; often a part of a university

{n: colostomy} a surgical operation that creates an opening from the colon to the surface of the body to function as an anus

{n: common-law marriage} a marriage relationship created by agreement and cohabitation rather than by ceremony

{n: commuter traffic} traffic created by people going to or returning from work

{n: company} an institution created to conduct business
"he only invests in large well-established companies"
"he started the company in his garage"

{n: complex, composite} a conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts
"the complex of shopping malls, houses, and roads created a new town"

{n: composition} something that is created by arranging several things to form a unified whole
"he envied the composition of their faculty"

{n: confection, concoction} the act of creating something (a medicine or drink or soup etc.) by compounding or mixing a variety of components

{n: conservation of mass, conservation of matter, law of conservation of mass, law of conservation of matter} a fundamental principle of classical physics that matter cannot be created or destroyed in an isolated system

{n: constructive trust, involuntary trust} a trust created by a court (regardless of the intent of the parties) to benefit a party that has been wrongfully deprived of its rights

{n: containment} a policy of creating strategic alliances in order to check the expansion of a hostile power or ideology or to force it to negotiate peacefully
"containment of communist expansion was a central principle of United States' foreign policy from 1947 to the 1975"

{n: contrail, condensation trail} an artificial cloud created by an aircraft; caused either by condensation due to the reduction in air pressure above the wing surface or by water vapor in the engine exhaust

{n: county} a region created by territorial division for the purpose of local government
"the county has a population of 12,345 people"

{n: cover} a false identity and background (especially one created for an undercover agent)
"her new name and passport are cover for her next assignment"

{n: crash course, crash program, crash programme} a rapid and intense course of training or research (usually undertaken in an emergency)
"he took a crash course in Italian on his way to Italy"
"his first job was a crash course in survival and in learning how to get along with people"
"a crash programme is needed to create new jobs"

{n: creating by mental acts} the act of creating something by thinking

{n: creating by removal} the act of creating by removing something

{n: creating from raw materials} the act of creating something that is different from the materials that went into it

{n: creation, creative activity} the human act of creating

{n: creativity, creativeness, creative thinking} the ability to create
<-> uncreativeness

{n: crocheting} creating a garment of needlework

{n: cross section} a section created by a plane cutting a solid perpendicular to its longest axis

{n: custodial account} a brokerage firm account that parents have created for a minor

{n: de Valera, Eamon de Valera} Irish statesman (born in the United States); as president of the Irish Free State he was responsible for the new constitution of 1937 that created the state of Eire (1882-1975)

{n: defensibility} capability of being defended
"they built their castles with an eye to their defensibility"
"client complaints create a felt need for the defensibility of individual actions"

{n: deist, freethinker} a person who believes that God created the universe and then abandoned it

{n: delusion, illusion, head game} the act of deluding; deception by creating illusory ideas

{n: dialectic} a contradiction of ideas that serves as the determining factor in their interaction
"this situation created the inner dialectic of American history"

{n: direct trust, express trust} a trust created by the free and deliberate act of the parties involved (usually on the basis of written documentation)

{n: distance} the property created by the space between two objects or points

{n: distemper} a painting created with paint that is made by mixing the pigments with water and a binder

{n: dune, sand dune} a ridge of sand created by the wind; found in deserts or near lakes and oceans

{n: echocardiograph} a sonograph that creates an image of the heart and its abnormalities

{n: echoencephalograph} a sonograph that creates an image of the brain and its abnormalities

{n: emoticon} a representation of a facial expression (as a smile or frown) created by typing a sequence of characters in sending email
":-( and :-) are emoticons"

{n: enterostomy, enterotomy} surgical operation that creates a permanent opening through the abdominal wall into the intestine

{n: enterprise} an organization created for business ventures
"a growing enterprise must have a bold leader"

{n: execution, implementation, carrying out} the act of accomplishing some aim or executing some order
"the agency was created for the implementation of the policy"

{n: explosion, burst} the act of exploding or bursting something
"the explosion of the firecrackers awoke the children"
"the burst of an atom bomb creates enormous radiation aloft"

{n: extension, filename extension, file name extension} a string of characters beginning with a period and followed by one to three letters; the optional second part of a PC computer filename

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