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Correct spelling for INOVATORS
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Possible correct spellings for inovators
- Innovator(Definition of innovator)
The sun invites the earth's pole to describe a circle around a fixed centre; the moon invites the earth's pole to describe a circle around a centre which is itself in constant motion.
In the boats the dark forms of the invaders were motionless, startled doubtless by the sudden advent of the moonlight.
The grant of power to regulate the action of congress upon this subject has specified both the end to be obtained and the means by which it is to be effected, "to promote the progress of science and useful arts by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries".
But it was with a fifth of these renovators that lindley found his guest occupied, an hour later, while upon a small table nearby a sixth, untouched, awaited disposal beside an emptied coffee-cup.
Also, that president colbrith and his fellow-investors might very easily refuse to consider any other phase of the revolutionary proposition he was about to lay before them.
Giotto was the first and greatest innovator in painting-the father of real painting; masaccio was the second.
Thus the sole question, when a foreign host invades egypt, is this: can it, or can it not, defeat the full force of egypt in an open battle?
They have in view opponents whose aim is not ideal, but practical; and in their zeal to uphold their own practice against these innovators, they go so far as even to attribute to this practice an ideal perfection.