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Creator

an epithet of God
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Some of the Most Important Key Players Involved in the Study are Creatrix Campus, Virtual Atlantic, SoftTech Health, Dossier Solutions, eLumen, Indigo Interactive, Liaison International, Qualtrax, Strategic Planning Online, VigiTrust & Centrieva.
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(21.) Bremmer (2004, 564) notes the irony of Attis's choice of words creatrix and genetrix: they underscore the reality that Attis himself would never be able to have offspring.
The demonic images of madness, guilt and death represent Sexton's transition from the figure of the creatrix to the image of the destroyer who pictures the demonism in human nature, the personifications of "evil" through dread, paralysis, and blindness.
She is a creatrix of the mind, of the multidimensional world folded like a fractal.
Writer John Mc's "slightly irreverent look at Creation" In The Beginning re-imagines the birth of man (and woman) as a haphazard experiment by a gentleman inventor God, or Grand Architect (played with a hint of Adrian Henri by John Moores student Sean Hutchings) and his 'her indoors', Abigail Law-Briggs' The Divine Creatrix who takes his designs and breathes life into them.
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).
Self-Portrait, Age 30 is the artist as goddess and creatrix: the immediate embodiment of talent and the immemorial embodiment of progeny.