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INVENTIntelligenter Verkehr und. Nutzergerechte Technik (German: Intelligent Traffic and User-Friendly Technology)
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Barton, who said: "Of all the men who DIDN'T invent the telephone, Gray was the nearest.
I am quite certain that we have no shortage of bright boys or inventors that can invent an incinerator to convert smoke of burnt plastic into a mist, the smoke having been collected into a dome to prevent its escape to the atmosphere.
In addition to Sanguine BioSciences, which supplies DNA data and bio-specimen to research organizations for the development of personalized medicines, Invent has also developed Virurl Inc.
Cubify Invent combines the power of professional design software with intuitive, free tutorials that make learning fun and easy.
I wish I had the technical skills to invent something, but I don't.
DON'T INVENT PHONY STORIES FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES TO GAIN FAME AND ACCEPTANCE.
When one considers the variety of ring styles and practices during this period, it becomes clear that jewelry manufacturers and retailers, from an early date, sought to invent traditions that would create new uses for their product.
personal narrative, fantasy, realistic fiction) children tell when they are asked to invent a fairy tale?
It stated, "Never mind that he didn't invent the Internet, serve as the model for Love Story or blow the whistle on Love Canal.
According to him, a complete answer to (1) must convey more information than which individuals did invent the hot dog; it must also say, of everyone who did not invent the hot dog, that they failed to do so.
What do you think of gay relationships in terms of the way we have to invent a structure for ourselves?