pioneer in a sentence

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He is what we call a pioneer.

They were pioneers of space flight.

The pioneers have overcome a series of obstacles.

As the pioneers travelled west, they often ran into Indians.

In early days pioneers lived in houses made of mud and straw.

The General Hospital is pioneering a new treatment for the illness.

An Irish proverb remarks that the wearer best knows where the shoe pinches.

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He has won a number of awards for his pioneering research in how babies learn language.

Robbie’s great grandfather was one of the first pioneers to settle on a farm in Saskatchewan.

The university is pioneering a wonderful new vocabulary development program in its ESL courses.

During the early 1800s pioneers began claiming fertile areas of land beyond the Mississippi River.

Because they often had no doctors, pioneers had to learn how to use plants to make their own medicines.

Nancy Astor once noted that pioneers may be picturesque figures, but they are often rather lonely ones.

Some of today’s young people will become the pioneers of the future in the field of science or computers.

One of the first things the pioneers did when they got to their new homes in the American west was buy land.

Many important medical discoveries have been discovered through the pioneering work of doctors at this hospital.

A lot of pioneers from Eastern Europe came to America to take up farming on the plains around the turn of the century.

Discussion question: Talk about what kind of character you think is required in order to become a pioneer in one’s field.

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Thomas Watson once noted that once an organization loses its spirit of pioneering and rests on its early work, its progress stops.

Paula Nelson once suggested that going into business for yourself, becoming an entrepreneur, is the modern-day equivalent of pioneering on the old frontier.

542144 Or does he want to be known as the pioneer of a new hairstyle?

207010 Electronic pioneers compete with disco greats for the top spot.

SSO is a pioneer in optically-isolated, solid state switching devices.

Particularly as this is the voice of one of the pioneers of the gang.”

For her, the partnership of Octavius Hill and Adamson was “pioneering”.

211334 Etta James All roads lead to Etta: the pioneering queen of soul.

818517 The venture will promote Swiss technology, but also pure pioneering.

The proposal is to name it Livingston, after Calgary pioneer Sam Livingston.

The San Diego Zoo has a pioneer in cheetah-puppy relations for over 30 years.

Soon his sausages and smoked meats were a favorite among his fellow pioneers.

Of the 32 ACOs that began in the pioneer program, 19 are still participating.

The pioneers had been allowing just over 56 points a game before Friday’s loss.

Australia hopes a pioneering irrigation scheme will weather the test of El Nino.

Anyone who buys a smartwatch today is a pioneer in the hinterland of technology.

The pioneer Utility Grant cost the Yukon Government almost $2 million last year.