[ UK /ə‍ʊvˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /oʊˈveɪʃən/ ]
  1. enthusiastic recognition (especially one accompanied by loud applause)
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  • Some archaeologists have been championing the culture of pre-Roman Britain for some time and the Shropshire road may confirm that traders were bringing back continental innovations to add to existing native achievements in art and engineering. Letters: Native culture of pre-Roman Britain
  • Innovations in touchless technology have made it possible to install an automatic flusher without ripping out existing fixtures.
  • Building anew on the old sacred texts, these innovations brought a spiritual renewal to every major faith.
  • This investment trust has delivered exceptional returns over the past few years by riding a wave of mergers, acquisitions and innovation. Times, Sunday Times
  • Based on the available methods, this paper devoted to more extensive researches of reliability methods and reliability growth methods. The main innovations are listed as follows.
  • Increasing technological application and innovation in manufacturing industries result in more specialisation and distribution of processes on a global scale.
  • In other cases, generating a demand requires the emplacement of an infrastructure of maintenance for the successful adoption of innovations.
  • As I said before, I am not sure you can teach innovation, but you can unteach it. Transcript: Teaching Innovation
  • Recent innovations include plasma screens, interactive terminals and systems allowing advertisements to be displayed on a precise day at a precise time. TOP MARKETING AND MEDIA COMPANIES IN THE UK
  • Unfortunately, there is a mentality in the federal bureaucracy that defies change and rejects innovation.
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