Novelty

These cards include mechanicals and cards that have item attached, such as bags of salt, real hair, metal medallions, paper applique, silk, or even pennies. Some novelty cards are die cut shapes or have holes in which fingers can be inserted to make the postcard figures appear to have real arms, legs, or even a nose

novelty

  1. originality by virtue of being refreshingly novel
  2. originality by virtue of being new and surprising
  3. cheap showy jewelry or ornament or clothing

Novelty

Fabrics that are not plain, having intentionally interesting qualities in the texture of the yarn, weave or print design.
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Novelty

Novelty (derived from Latin word novus for `new`) is the quality of being new, or following from that, of being striking, original or unusual. Although it may be said to have an objective dimension (e.g. a new style of art coming into being, such as abstract art or impressionism) it generally exists in the subjective perceptions of individuals. .....
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novelty

[n] - originality by virtue of being new and surprising
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Novelty

• (n.) Something novel; a new or strange thing. • (n.) The quality or state of being novel; newness; freshness; recentness of origin or introduction. • (n.) Something novel; a new or strange thing. • (n.) The quality or state of being novel; newness; freshness; recentness of origin or introduction.Novelty: words in the definitio...
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novelty

freshness noun originality by virtue of being new and surprising
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Novelty

[locomotive] Novelty was an early steam locomotive built by John Ericsson and John Braithwaite to take part in the Rainhill Trials in 1829. It was an 0-2-2WT locomotive and is now regarded as the very first tank engine. It had a unique design of boiler and a number of other novel design features (perhaps explaining the choice of name). Unfo...
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Novelty

[patent] Novelty is a patentability requirement. An invention is not new and therefore not patentable if it was known to the public before the date of filing of the patent application, or before its date of priority if the priority of an earlier patent application is claimed. The purpose of the novelty requirement is to prevent the prior ar...
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Novelty

Nov'el·ty noun ; plural Novelties . [ Old French novelté , French nouveauté , Latin novellitas .] 1. The quality or state of being novel; newness; freshness; recentness of origin or introduction. « Novelty is the great parent of pleasure.&#x...
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Novelty

A motivational technique to engage student early in instruction. Share something unusual with students to arouse curiosity.
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Novelty

A requirement for obtaining a patent. To be novel, all material elements of an invention cannot have been disclosed in any previous technology or publication (prior art). Compare: anticipation
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novelty

novelty 1. Something that is new, original, and different which is interesting or exciting, though often for only a short time. 2. Something new and unusual; an innovation. 3. A small inexpensive toy, ornament, piece of jewelry, or trinket.
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novelty

originality by virtue of being new and surprising
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novelty

Type: Term Definitions: 1. neophobia.
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