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1. The act of introducing something new.
2. Something newly introduced.

in′no·va′tion·al adj.
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Adj.1.innovational - being or producing something like nothing done or experienced or created beforeinnovational - being or producing something like nothing done or experienced or created before; "stylistically innovative works"; "innovative members of the artistic community"; "a mind so innovational, so original"
original - being or productive of something fresh and unusual; or being as first made or thought of; "a truly original approach"; "with original music"; "an original mind"
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Thousands of coffee professionals from more than 75 countries will convene at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center for the Expo, to focus on specialty coffee, learn about the latest innovational trends and products in the coffee marketplace, and engage with fellow industry professionals for the ultimate purpose of improving coffee consumers' experiences.
Having taught at DPS in India and the UAE, Dasgupta will be instrumental in bringing about innovational and effective changes in the teaching-learning process.
In addition to announcing the international rank of the countries, the website provides the visitors with the following information for each of scientific, technological and innovational indices in nanotechnology:
A select group of some of Africa's most innovational entrepreneurs was also invited to participate in the summit by demonstrating their own unique projects and products in an assigned demo area.
The present condition of water requires a firm stand to assess the status quo and put short-, medium- and long-term strategies and executive programmes to achieve sustainable development requirements using innovational methods that rise to the level of the challenges," he added.
In both cases it is simple to establish the forms which have preserved the original segment from innovational forms.
Between Independence and the Depression, the federal government did shape innovational incentives through the patent system; the low cost of patenting and the thorough examination of patent claims strongly supported invention.
iPower pioneers the innovational technology of using solar cells to recharge EPS.
Grit's academic interests lie in the study of innovational leisure, tourism and hospitality spaces.
Sun Chemical is working on enhancing and branding its special effects portfolio to support brand owners, pack designers and converters in innovational pack design for the new market.
Lindsay Greenhalgh of Yuill Homes said: "We are delighted to be launching the new Litchfield showhome, which is innovational in design and on two and a half levels, with a magnificent top floor space.
These miracles occurred by steadfastly pushing the traditional innovational tools: lowering prices, bettering the nature of the products, direct selling, or relocating kiosks to the markets where the customers were.

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