After decades on the air, the pioneering journalist and commentator is finally giving up his weekly broadcast.
And there is (PRODUCT) RED—a pioneering movement I support that enables consumers to save lives by making informed purchases.
What strikes me most about them is how much they recall the pioneering computer-generated art made 15 years later.
Charles Lindbergh won the first “Man of the Year” title in 1927 for flying his pioneering solo flight across the Atlantic.
Violence against women continues to plague Turkey, and a pioneering new female political party blames Erdogan's machismo.
No food has yet been found which can take its place for army and navy use or in pioneering.
But none of them ranked as a pioneering achievement in the world at large.
The pioneering spirit was strong in the family,—the Wanderlust, that keeps man's nature fluid and adaptable.
If we try to live in this excuse for a house, we shall be pioneering with a vengeance.
They penetrated through to California; trails were opened that were a marvel of pioneering.
1520s, "foot soldier who prepares the way for the army," from Middle French pionnier "foot-soldier, pioneer," from Old French paonier "foot-soldier" (11c.), from peon (see pawn (n.2)). Figurative sense of "person who goes first or does something first" is from c.1600. Related: Pioneers.
1780, from pioneer (n.). Related: Pioneered; pioneering.