I sensed that I found a symbol for generative grammar, and I worked on the [theory of] recursivity in my animation.
If a series is telling a story that matters to us, the loss of a main character can be jarring but generative.
So, geometry elaborates a lot on recursivity in generative grammar.
In the Echinodermata nothing is unfortunately known as to the ontogeny of the generative organs and ducts.
Such, then, is the singular sensitiveness of the generative system.
Similar results would follow in the female, if her generative glands were removed in childhood.
There was no generative power in the pure activity of Thought.
Pullets and capons, in losing the generative faculty, lose also the inherent characteristics of their sex.
They are the generative elements of dimension, because they form extension.
Nearly all writers describe the Egyptian Trinity as consisting of the generative, the destructive, and the preserving powers.
generative gen·er·a·tive (jěn'ər-ə-tĭv, -ə-rā'-)
Having the ability to originate, produce, or procreate.
Of or relating to the production of offspring.