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generative

of or relating to the production of offspring, parts, etc.
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Cather would rewrite Ethan Frome again and more generatively (particularly from the perspective of Faulkner's experimentally acute imagination) in The Professor's House of 1925.
it does not produce a normative model to which others may look for guidance because of the rare and special qualities possessed by those able to generatively produce dharma.
Growth plans are used by instructors to generatively design learning experiences and opportunities in the seminar; topics and questions come directly from the students themselves.
Generatively the 'bibliographic code' which orchestrates this procedure is offered as akin to both Benjamin's concept of 'aura' and that of 'utterance' in speech-act theory: Bornstein restores flesh to the body of a text.
It is an accessible, generatively flavored work on syntactic issues which some departments or courses in the field may wish to later build up upon, as foreseen by the author, or alternatively, to slightly complement in parallel.

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