Got it, thanks.
In some contexts, "novel" does mean new, as in new enough to get a patent (maybe). In school, when we thought of doing something novel, it was from the context of being "new," and when someone beat you to it, you were, "scooped." That was more than 50 years ago, though.Does it not have any meaning other than meaning a newer method?
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