invention


They can explain the impact associated with their inventions now or in the past.

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Little wonder that writing was reputed to be the greatest of human inventions in this era.

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Many scholars have tried to find some common denominator to the inventions that made the industrial revolution.

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First, this was achieved by reviewing accounts of inventions and discoveries with the view of explaining them in terms of knowledge transformers.

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However, his patents state levels of per formance that he achieved with his inventions.

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Indeed, even the claim to continuity with earlier versions of ourselves is sustained by narrative fictions and inventions.

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However, likely locations for such inventions can be identified and automatically called up for subsequent manual analysis.

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Examples and comparisons of the reinvention of patented inventions are presented and discussed, and a new patentable general-purpose controller described.

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Thus, they disregard developments in foreign laws, new scientific inventions and discoveries, as well as research on the economic and social impact of their laws.

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The more sparse and terse the language became, the more space opened up for the visual and musical inventions.

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If religions are inventions, the pro-religious arguments of the religious are probably inventions as well.

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The second half of the eighteenth century witnessed a number of important inventions; however, can their appearance explain the industrial revolution?

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American inventions and idea(l)s were integrated along with their terminology into many cultures and languages.

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Not all new inventions are major advances; many are simply alterations to older technologies.

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His “inquiry” is the observatory of inventions connected to the mechanization of work.

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