imaginatively : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  with imagination
    the room was decorated very imaginatively

  • Having made his fortune as innovatively as he did, Allen has always been diligent about spending it just as imaginatively.
  • The hottest act now is a septet called, less-than-imaginatively, Seven, and three out of seven are of mixed race.
  • Those little character sketches are the best thing about the movie, the rest of which is devoted to explorations of the factory's not very imaginatively realized wonders (the one .
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  • Seitz on The Bridge: More Than Just a Tex-Mex Murder Mystery
    Read a synopsis of FX’s The Bridge, and you expect yet another imaginatively lazy TV serial killer story, or at best an attempt to one-up AMC’s The Killing. A woman’s bisected corpse is found on a bridge connecting El Paso, Texas, to Juarez, Mexico, and cops from both countries join ... More »        
    July 10, 2013 - Vulture
  • Meredith Vieira Gets New Daytime Show
    Meredith Vieira has landed a gig to host a new daytime talk show, imaginatively titled The Meredith Vieira Show, for NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution. According to The Wrap, The Meredith Vieira Show will actually be produced on a set that looks like the inside of her home — “complete with her actual furniture and family... Read more » Meredith Vieira Gets New Daytime Show is a post ...
    July 10, 2013 - The Inquisitr

  • Vartan Gregorian in PR Newswire (press release)
    Through his contributions to the understanding of time and space, ranging from black holes to worm holes, he has earned a reputation as one of the most imaginatively perceptive scientists of all time. We at NASA are honored to have had a part in... Michael Griffin Xinhua Nov 27, 2006 49627 67421 imaginatively Andrew Carnegie was determined to use his private wealth imaginatively, constructively, and systematically to address the fundamental problems of mankind, rather than simply to assuage symptoms," said Vartan Gregorian, president of Carnegie...
  • John Sentamu in FOXNews
    Britain's archbishop of York, the Most Rev. John Sentamu, said he thinks disenfranchised young Muslims turn to extremism not because of Islam but "because they are alienated, because they have been given a vision which is so imaginatively wicked."

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