innovatively

innovatively

(ˈɪnəvətɪvlɪ)
adv
in an innovative manner
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Global Banking News-August 1, 2017--Senior Ghanaian minister calls on banks to lend innovatively
The company is working in partnership with the Homes and Communities Agency to offer th e Government-backed HomeBuy Direct shared equity scheme on its traditional Linden and innovatively designed Litchfield homes.
Although Eastman Kodak announced in January its acquisition of this vendor, the new Ngenuity Scanner is very innovatively Bowe Bell+Howell.
Zoya Sakr, the Head of Sales and Marketing at Al Aan TV, during a visit to Dar Al-Hekma College in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, announced the launch of a competition for the production of films based on the individual efforts of the college students on issues of concern to Saudi women, expressing their problems, concerns and dreams as Saudi women, innovatively taking the form of video films/movies or animation.
Thirty per cent in the East Midlands and 31 per cent in the West Midlands said they were regularly asked to think innovatively, compared with 26 per cent nationally.
Guitarist Andy Baker said: "Artrix, with its innovatively designed auditorium, has the benefit of providing the important element of close interaction between the audience and the band.
Innovatively re-reinterpreting established ideas about genre to suggest that literary fiction, in practice (how it's manufactured and marketed by publishers; how it's displayed and categorised in bookstores), might be a 'kind' of novel and that this realisation may be of practical benefit if we are to effectively address what has been identified by Mark Davis as 'the decline of the literary paradigm'.
Manhattan-based luxury residential developer, RAL Companies & Affiliates LLC, renowned for its trendsetting, innovatively designed properties in Tribeca and four-star resort developments in Telluride, Colorado, has moved into the Chelsea market.
Presenting the progression and emergence of globalization and generational definition and revolution-oriented developments in intercultural research of dialogue, educational programs, supranational authority and predefinite goals and cultural aims, Remapping Knowledge innovatively describes the intricate detailing of global authority, intercultural paradigm, and security amidst change.
and London Equity data, and throughout its long history, our Tick Data group continues to innovatively serve the historical data industry," said Eric Stoop, president of Nexa Technologies, Inc.
Voices From the Edge presents a refreshing and innovatively organized look at the disability literature in the context of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act.
This year's most appalling technical field is cinematography, where neither the exquisitely underlit ``Million Dollar Baby,'' nor the innovatively digital ``Collateral'' were acknowledged.

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