In truth there is more and earlier evidence for the authority of the bishop of Rome than The invention of Peter provides.
Similarly, Regev ignores Jewish history when he portrays the Chief Rabbinate as an invention with unprecedented powers.
Kidney disease, formerly a major cause of death, has basically dropped out of the chart thanks to the invention of dialysis.
Before the invention of agriculture, hunting and gathering was the primary method of putting food on the table.
This is a difficult standard to meet, especially in regard to the requirement that your invention be non-obvious.
"You don't touch the buttons and the invention does the rest," he pointed out.
Yet there seemed no reason for the invention of Beatrice, if she were not a real person.
Her gay freaks were quite gone, her wildness, her invention.
invention is also as much a requisite in our art as in any other.
My invention and my courage were anew bent to obviate this pressing evil.
c.1400, "devised method of organization," from Old French invencion (13c.) and directly from Latin inventionem (nominative inventio) "faculty of invention; a finding, discovery," noun of action from past participle stem of invenire "devise, discover, find," from in- "in, on" (see in- (2)) + venire "to come" (see venue).
Meaning "finding or discovering of something" is early 15c. in English; sense of "thing invented" is first recorded 1510s. Etymological sense preserved in Invention of the Cross, Church festival (May 3) celebrating the reputed finding of the Cross of the Crucifixion by Helena, mother of Constantine, in 326 C.E.