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cre·ate

 (krē-āt′)
tr.v. cre·at·ed, cre·at·ing, cre·ates
1. To cause to exist; bring into being: created a new music school. See Synonyms at establish.
2. To give rise to; produce: That remark created a stir.
3. To produce through artistic or imaginative effort: create a poem; create a dramatic role.
4. To invest with an office or title; appoint: He was created a baron.
adj. Archaic
Created.

[Middle English createn, from Latin creāre, creāt-; see ker- in Indo-European roots.]

cre·at′a·ble adj.
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As Robert Vilain points out, Leverkuhn "is fascinated by music, not as a form of emotional self-expression but for its abstract intellectuality, the arithmetical and geometric patterns discernible in it or creatable with it" (206).
As such, no-self corresponds to Baudrillard's notion of the fractal self as a fluid, ever-changing system of media-generated data, which is simultaneously the sum total of all the possible systems creatable from all transferred information, and hence to the basic principles of quantum mechanics.
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The haze levels of the other three powers are very comparable at this speed, suggesting possibly the upper limit in the amount of haze creatable in these films by this method.
For the proposed method, FCM is selected as the basic algorithms, which is a strong tool for the identification of changing class structures and flexible, moveable, and creatable for uncertain data (i.e., noise and outliers) [34] to improve the imputation accuracy.
So it is rather that "if real possibility is Spinoza's material idea--Whitehead's 'real potentiality'--then to say it evolves by chance is to say it is the creatable or discoverable power of immanent mind." Which is to say "Life itself is the creator of possibility--including its own."