01. His quitting has [created] a lot of problems for us.
02. The fashion world awaits her newest [creations] with a great deal of excitement.
03. Ian Fleming, the [creator] of James Bond, wrote many popular spy novels.
04. Jane paints fruit baskets as a [creative] outlet for her stressful life.
05. A department store spokesman says that their new outlet will [create] more than 75 permanent jobs in the city.
06. In the past 5 years, this government has [created] 15 new major parks in the state.
07. The native people of our province have many wonderful legends regarding the [creation] of our world.
08. Charles Schultz, [creator] of the popular newspaper comic strip Peanuts, has died.
09. President Franklin Roosevelt once remarked that happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of [creative] effort.
10. Artist Marc Chagall once observed, "If I [create] from the heart, nearly everything works, if from the head, almost nothing."
11. Joseph Chilton Pearce once said that to live a [creative] life we must lose our fear of being wrong.
12. There is a Hebrew proverb which says that time heals old pain, while it [creates] new ones.
13. In the Netherlands, there is a saying that the Lord [created] the land, except for Holland, which was [created] by the Dutch.
14. Manufacturing industries [create] a lot of wealth, but they are employing fewer and fewer people as jobs become automated.
15. Adaptations to the particular environments in which they live are shown by all living [creatures].
16. Belief in a [creator] God is not a part of the Buddhist religion.
17. Some psychologists suggest that [creative] individuals are more likely to suffer from mood disorders.
18. It cost millions of dollars to [recreate] the city of Troy for the film of that name.
19. The city is planning to [recreate] a town center of the 1700s on the first floor of the museum.
20. One of the two men who were the [creators] of the comic book hero Superman came from Toronto.
21. By refusing to talk to your wife about your drinking problem, you are only [creating] a bigger problem.
22. Walt Disney's imagination and [creativity] resulted in the production of some wonderful animated films.
23. Director Peter Jackson [recreated] Middle Earth for his film version of Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings."
24. James works at a zoo, where he [recreates] natural-looking habitats for the animals to live in.
25. The museum staff has been working [recreating] museum exhibits from bits and pieces found at historical sites.
26. Hector was really [creatively] inspired after visiting the Museum of Modern Art.
27. In all natural processes, energy is never [created] or destroyed, but is merely transformed from one form into another.
28. Much evidence exists suggesting that the seafloors are constantly moving and continually being [created] and destroyed.

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