Definition of Innovator. Meaning of Innovator. Synonyms of Innovator

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Definition of Innovator

Innovator
Innovator In"no*va`tor, n. [Cf. F. innovateur.] One who innovates. --Shak.

Meaning of Innovator from wikipedia

- century and onward. No innovator from the renaissance until the late 19th century ever thought of applying the word innovator upon themselves, it was...
- An innovator is a person or organization who is one of the first to introduce into reality something better than before. Innovator and 'Innovators may...
- turboprop power, they were purchased by Bird for his PBY Innovator conversion. Engineering for the Innovator conversion was performed by Spectro engineering of...
- similar to that of a Russet Burbank potato. Innovator also has shallow eyes with a cream coloured flesh. Innovator was bred in the Netherlands and registered...
- Robert S. Herring, Sr. (born September 22, 1941) is an American businessman who founded Herring Networks, a media company that launched and currently owns...
- Mosquito Aviation was out of business and the design was being produced by Innovator Technologies of Rockyview, Alberta, Canada. By 2019 the design was being...
- beginning a feud with Raven, in the course of which he was dubbed "The Innovator of Offense" by play-by-play commentator Mike Tenay due to his unique wrestling...
- US R&B US Rap US Dance UK 1987 "Rock 'n Roll Dude" — — — — — 1988 "DJ Innovator" (with Hitman Howie Tee) — — — — — "Caught Up" — — — — — 1989 "Ya Bad...
- Philips Innovator (also Equity & Law II) is a 55 foot yacht designed by Doug Peterson and built by Baltic Yachts. She finished second in the 1985–86 Whitbread...
- Technology. "Innovator Under 35: Mark Zuckerberg, 23". MIT Technology Review. Retrieved 2019-10-07. Review, MIT Technology. "Innovator Under 35: Larry...