She is, ultimately, a creature so without precedent in our politics that people like Frank Rich have just lost their bearings.
Since Carruth is a one-man band and autodidact, he learned how to create the special effects for the creature himself.
Hayes was very much a creature of the left, a proud alumnus of The Nation and In These Times.
late 13c., "anything created," also "living being," from Old French creature (Modern French créature), from Late Latin creatura "thing created," from creatus, past participle of Latin creare "create" (see create). Meaning "anything that ministers to man's comforts" (1610s), after I Tim. iv:4, led to jocular use for "whiskey" (1630s).
denotes the whole creation in Rom. 8:39; Col. 1:15; Rev. 5:13; the whole human race in Mark 16:15; Rom. 8:19-22. The living creatures in Ezek. 10:15, 17, are imaginary beings, symbols of the Divine attributes and operations.