He provided a thumb drive with detailed directions to pioneer Square, and an operations guideline for carrying out the attack.
But what a flawed hero is our Rupert.Like Hearst, he was never a pioneer or much of an innovator as a newspaper publisher.
Jonathan Bate argues in the TLS that Swinburne was a master metrician as well as a pioneer in changing sexual attitudes.
“We support reconciliation,” added Hamsher, a pioneer in online political fundraising.
The video became a hit, and it led Boenish to pioneer a new type of diving—BASE.
The richest and most readable collection of pioneer remedies yet published.
It surprised the easterners, this evidence of modernity in a pioneer world.
The pioneer camp was silent, no boisterous laughter there; Each step was still and careful, each word a whispered prayer.
His ill success had driven him into the far west to resume his pioneer habits.
It was in fact an epoch-making work, the pioneer in the new field of German folk poetry.
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.