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Creator

Creator is something or someone that brings something into being. It may also refer to:

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Creator - Other Media
... Creator (film), a 1985 film starring Peter O'Toole Creator (software), a multimedia software package Easy Media Creator, another media software pacakge, by a different manufacture Creator, a GRASP pattern, in ...
Sparkling Generation Valkyrie Yuuki - Creator
... Kittyhawk currently works as a graphic designer and lives in the Southern United States with her husband. ...
Spore: Galactic Adventures - Gameplay
... feature added to the game is the Adventure Creator ... This Creator allows players to create various missions, which are then populated into the Space stage in a manner similar to the other content created in the original ... Complementing the Adventure Creator is the Planet Creator, which is accessed from within the Adventure Creator ...
Lego Models - Lego Creator
... Lego Creator is one of the most popular older Lego model sets ... Like most other Lego models, Lego Creator comes with instructions ...
List Of Green Lantern Creators - Creators of Earth's Green Lantern Corps Members
... Alan Scott Bill Finger - creator, writer Martin Nodell - creator, artist Hal Jordan and Guy Gardner John Broome - creator, writer Gil Kane - creator, artist John Stewart Dennis O'Neil - creator ...

More definitions of "creator":

  • (noun): A person who grows or makes or invents things.

Famous quotes containing the word creator:

    The universal soul is the alone creator of the useful and the beautiful; therefore to make anything useful or beautiful, the individual must be submitted to the universal mind.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Whoever takes a view of the life of man ... will find it so beset and hemm’d in with obligations of one kind or other, as to leave little room to suspect, that man can live to himself: and so closely has our creator link’d us together ... that we find this bond of mutual dependence ... is too strong to be broke.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    Our press is certainly bankrupt in the “thrill of awe”Motherwise reverence: reverence for nickel plate and brummagem. Let us sincerely hope that this fact will remain a fact forever; for to my mind a discriminating irreverence is the creator and protector of human liberty.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)