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Use "conceiver" in a sentence
"Bob Madill of Sheldrake Point, chair of the Wine Alliance and conceiver of the Riedel visit, considers the glass "a quality symbol that re-enforces our experience and projects Finger Lakes Riesling as a world class quality wine.""
"It's hard luck for Ivan Putrov, the conceiver, producer and lead dancer, that his carefully orchestrated project should have been dominated by the news frenzy over Polunin."
"This places Durkheim in the company of social reformers as diverse as Will Keith Kellogg, conceiver of the cornflake, and Mies van der Rohe, builder of the Bauhaus, both of whom founded institutions on a mission to integrate the individual within a collective plan where its energies could be rationally ordered and to avoid social disintegration."