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innovate

i nuh vayt

  • v  bring something new to an environment

  • The edokko , the natives of Tokyo, have a special gift: an ability to push the envelope, to innovate, to pioneer.
  • Apple's engineers used the touchscreen to innovate past the graphical user interface (which Apple helped pioneer with the Macintosh in the 1980s) to create a whole new kind of .
  • The edokko , the natives of Tokyo, have a special gift: an ability to push the envelope, to innovate, to pioneer.
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  • Richard Shelby in Newsday
    They're not building the right products,said Shelby, the senior Republican on the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee. "They've got good workers but I don't believe they've got good management. They don't innovate. They're...
  • Brin in Sydney Morning Herald
    It's just very exciting for me as a computer geek to be able to have a phone that I can play with and modify and innovate upon just like I have with computers in the past,Brin said.
  • Jerry Jones in Dallas Morning News (registration)
    The challenge for us with this new stadium was to innovate, but at the same time never forget to acknowledge tradition,team owner Jerry Jones said. "This new stadium embodies the spirit of the Dallas Cowboys and that starts with the...

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