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Synonyms for innovatory

characterized by or productive of new things or new ideas

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He added: "The establishment of a sensory garden has proved an innovatory development which gives dogs crucial opportunities to express normal behaviour.
This argument is accompanied by a great deal of jargon and some rather subjective categorisation (for example, "Other Cooperative Innovations'" and "Non-Cooperative Innovations"), but the basic intuition about the existence and role of social networks underpinning innovatory activity seems sound, and it withstands the battery of tests that the author applies to the concept.
The need to spur regional innovatory and adaptive capacity is addressed by two related, but nevertheless quite contrasting approaches, tailored to two rather different environments.
Our priority is to bring people together for positive change in communities and we will continue to develop innovatory opportunities for individuals and groups in Liverpool.
And the editors laudably claim to "restore" the emphasis on "visual composition," understood not as stylistic idiosyncrasy but as a shared innovatory idiom.
Al-Iman was the brainchild of the late Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah, who passed away in July 2010 but left behind a network of schools, charities and media outlets, all working to promote his teachings under the umbrella of the Institution of Innovatory Jurisprudence.
They have presented more than 8000 scientific and innovatory projects in 180 exhibitions in the Kingdom.
In the rapidly evolving world of data management, NetApp leads the way with innovatory systems which enable companies to run their operations with optimum efficiency.
Innovatory reading (hiddush), not original intent, constitutes the glory of Jewish thought.
I am not against a private element in the NHS, which may bring innovatory ideas and good practice, provided it is within the framework of a public service - complementary but not wrecking.
This is presumably because the art-historical data tends rather to suggest that Hiller has been an active, innovatory contributor to a number of the more interesting and influential strands of late-twentieth-and early-twenty-first-century art practice.
With a range of new destinations, new aircraft, innovatory products and codeshare agreements that enable even more customers to experience Oman Air, this is a great time to be joining the airline and I am delighted to have the opportunity to lead the UK team.
To help with the selection process, Goodwood continues with its innovatory scheme of attaching headsets around the paddock rail so racegoers can hear a commentary on the horses passing before them.
He reminds us that modernism is born out of the interaction of innovatory techniques and ideas and thus deviates significantly from 19th century realist modes in which a relatively unified worldview is presented through an authorial voice.