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Meanings and phrases
- The series focuses technological innovations and best practices in sustainability.
- Numerous technological innovations during the Civil War had a great impact on 19th-century science.
- Today the tower attracts visitors with its technological innovations and view over the city skyline.
- He brought various innovations such as dressing uniforms and using T podium.
- Geekcorps involvement led to innovations such as a new java based payment system for local businesses in Ghana.
- Agriculture in Teotihuacán had innovations such as the construction of terraces, chinampa and irrigation channels.
- Pre-dreadnoughts continued the technical innovations of the ironclad.
- In addition the car had an aluminum engine and an electric cooling fan, both technical innovations.
- Throughout the medieval period these technical innovations, and the traditional techniques, coexisted.
- CNNfn inaugurated many innovations on TV and online.
- The Aérospatiale Alouette II is a French light helicopter, incorporating many innovations of its time.
- Golden Age of India Golden Age of India is a reference to those periods in India where the country saw many innovations.
- The new system incorporated other innovations that were widely shared in Europe.
- Among his other innovations are modern blocking schemes, the three-point stance, and the reverse play.
- This and other innovations by the city's utelco, e-Novations, led Intel to do a case study on their successes.