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someone who is the first to think of or make something

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The book immediately preceding this is called "Tom Swift and His Bit, Tunnel," and deals with the efforts of the young inventor to help a firm of contractors penetrate a mountain in Peru.
"Well, Tom, have you heard any more about your friend?" asked Ned, two days later, as he came to the Swift home with some papers needing the signature of the young inventor and his father.
The giant's strength was very useful to the young inventor.
Pouring out his sorrows in a letter to his mother, he said: "I am now beginning to realize the cares and anxieties of being an inventor. I have had to put off all pupils and classes, for flesh and blood could not stand much longer such a strain as I have had upon me."
Who was this young inventor, with the pale complexion and black eyes, that he should be the friend of Emperors?
Other inventors had worked from the standpoint of the telegraph; and they never did, and never could, get any better results than signs and symbols.
People asked in mono-rail trains, "When are we going to fly?" A new crop of inventors sprang up in a night or so like fungi.
In the German it is true that by some oversight of the inventor of the language, a Woman is a female; but a Wife (Weib) is not--which is unfortunate.
And it is right, because these long things are hardly legitimate words, but are rather combinations of words, and the inventor of them ought to have been killed.
LONDON, 4th August, 2019 (WAM) -- The British Inventors' Association has invited UAE inventor Ahmed Abdullah Majjan to be the guest of honour at the upcoming ITE International Innovation and Trade Fair.
The Long Island Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club is hosting USPTO Inventor Day on Saturday, June 1, at Farmingdale State College, in conjunction with the Farmingdale Small Business Development Center.
We also show that an inventor is less sensitive to taxes when there is more agglomeration--that is, more inventors in the same technological field in the state.
In contrast to their affluent peers, students from low-income backgrounds have less experience in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and rarely become inventors in adulthood, according to the study "Who Becomes an Inventor in America?
RESOURCES: Check out a variety of resources including an Inventor Handbook, Invention Resources, Historical Inventors, and more at Lemelson's Resources Page.