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You don't just read or hear reports about the way things were; you're drawn in imaginatively.
Tomorrow--the future--will belong to those music teachers who anticipate and prepare for it by planning creatively, thinking imaginatively and acting innovatively.
Both subscribed to the spiritual vocation tradition of widowhood but Berthold wrote more imaginatively, lumping together all women who had lost their virginity, whether or not they lived chastely.
Finally, readers of Wordsworth can experience at first hand how meditation on past experiences and analysis of their ethical effects can actually recreate the original emotions imaginatively.
An effective marketing program takes a foundry's products to the marketplace as aggressively and imaginatively as possible - matching the foundry's marketing innovations with its manufacturing innovations.
The role of government in the economy, and the moral problems of keeping a company afloat, were imaginatively and vigorously debated.
Hong Kong is the newest member of the Disney family and guests can stay in the heart of the magic by choosing from two imaginatively themed Hong Kong Disneyland properties -- the luxurious Victorian-style Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel or the glamorous tribute to Hollywood's Golden Age, Disney's Hollywood Hotel.
Similarly, it would have been better if Wolfson had exhorted less, quoted less, recommended less, and illustrated his call for imaginative press coverage a little more, well, imaginatively.
An Alphabet of Angels is such an assembly of imaginatively composed photographs involving sculptures of angels: "the angels of chimneys sing to the sweep" is the text for two wood carvings looking into a glasscovered diorama of a sweep on some roof tops.
But for all its faults and for all the scorn that will undoubtedly be heaped upon it, I can't think of another novel that deals so imaginatively with the media-driven technological and ideological cesspool that has become modern life.
Milk comes in a specially created, imaginatively designed carton of fresh milk that carries its own straw.
For teachers and parents fretting about neglect of chronology in the history syllabus for British schools, help is at hand with Dorling Kindersley's bright little books, FRY, in particular, crammed with facts and most attractively and imaginatively illustrated.