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In the last decades of the nineteenth century, they invented bicycle skirts and bicycle seats.
Maybe, but the likes of Steve Jobs have invented the iPhone or iPad that revolutionized the digital world.
Further developments trace the beginning of Web browsers, blogs, and the Google system, invented by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, students at Stanford University.
Innovators who will stay at the Rashtrapati Bhavan are Gurmail Singh Dhonsi who invented rapid compost aerator and tree pruner, Dharamveer Kamboj who invented Multipurpose processing machine, Manisha Mohan who invented society harnessing equipment (SHE), M.
Mitt Romney, who needs to pick a fight with Gingrich on everything he can in order to compete, responded, "I happen to agree withwith most of what the Speaker said, except by going down and saying the Palestinians are an invented people.
The first flush toilet was actually invented by Sir John Harrington, who installed a working prototype in the palace of Queen Elizabeth I in the 16th century.
FATHER Ted star Frank Kelly says he is sick of people thinking he invented the foul-mouthed expletive 'feck off'.
DANG, April 24 -- Marshal Roka and Shubham Singh of Ghorahi-11, Bhanuchok have invented a new machine in series of such inventions by them for some time in the past.
They ploughed on, expanding into software like Office with Word (where they invented spelling) Excel (where they invented hard sums) and Powerpoint, (where they invented boring meetings).
A man, who will remain nameless here, invented Whiff, designed to make human waste and gas odorless.
will tell you that the burger was invented there in the early 1900s, at a Local eatery called Louis' Lunch.
English chemist John Walker invented matches but never patented his idea because he felt such an important item should be public property.