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Creator

an epithet of God
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In this rather curious case of dramatic irony, the reader knows very well the name and middle initial of Lavinia's inscrutable creatrix, while she can only dimly imagine her voice as originating with one of Vergil's future readers.
Man regarding Woman as the creatrix of the Race, Woman regarding Man as the appointed coadjutor in the supreme task of racebuilding, both labouring in love to produce a perfect work" ("The League of Isis" leaflet).
com, the gathering place for the Web-savvy dyke, creatrix Stacey Bias called it quits, shuttering the community in April.
Within sections on state and society, war and revolution, and creativity, they discuss such aspects as Dostoevsky's The Double, early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, and the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia.
Wisdom (Sophia in the Byzantine east, Sapienta or Philosophia in the Roman Catholic west), Barbara Newman explains, was the "matriarch of medieval goddesses," portrayed in three books of the Vulgate--Proverbs, Ecclesiasticus, and the Wisdom of Solomon--and figured by theologians and poets as "street preacher, prophet, Temple priestess, daughter and counselor of God, creatrix of the world, all-pervading spirit, celestial bride of sages and philosopher-kings.
unico, yo tejedora de los olivos, matricia creatrix, telus matrixta