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use "pioneer" in a sentence


I don’t know if it’s that pioneer spirit that still lives or what.

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

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

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.

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

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.

California has been a pioneer in tapping both the ocean and wastewater as sources.

If you don’t, you’re not going to be a pioneer and discover the unexpected.

D., Dr. Shoreh is considered a pioneer in the field of anti-aging medicine.

Even the horse-drawn buggy might be tricked out with a new Pioneer USB sound system.

In a statement, he said, "Ralph Roberts was a pioneer, an entrepreneur and a good man.

Whole Foods, a pioneer in high-end groceries, continues to open new stores every year.

The origins of Palantir go back to PayPal, the online payments pioneer founded in 1998.

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