product of the imagination

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Notions of good versus evil are apparent throughout, not only in the notorious Russian roulette scene (a product of the imagination of director Michael Cimino, by the way).
She argues that by creating harmless sea-monsters and ghosts, Buzzati hoped to demonstrate that the supernatural is a positive product of the imagination.
As fans of science know, the study of the natural world can be more compelling and stranger than any product of the imagination.
Pollok) Kant says that the schema, though a product of the imagination, represents how the imagination produces the relevant image.
There is a very simple reason for that: what came to be believed and then alleged about the five men who were to be charged with Lynette White's murder was almost entirely a fabrication and was largely the product of the imagination and then the theories and beliefs of police officers.
It was largely the product of the imagination, theories and beliefs of police officers.
Dora's tale may be partly a product of the imagination, but the author has spent much time researching to provide copious detail of the subject and her struggles.
Scurrying across the walls, wrapped around pillars and descending from the ceiling are a series of painted characters, some familiar from famous master works, others the product of the imagination of Samir Khaddaje, the artist behind the exhibition.
This passion is entirely the product of the imagination.
is a product of the imagination that is experienced as real--and, conversely, a reality that is experienced as fantastic.
As a result of his inquiry he has determined that strategy is not a thing to be poked or prodded but instead a product of the imagination, a sort of alchemy or methods of transmutation from idea into action.
IN OUR STORY, which is purely a product of the imagination, he sometimes said he didn't have a clue why he became a detective.

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