She pioneered the use of frank television commercials to spread the word about trafficking to vulnerable children.
Noyce and his partner Gordon Moore also pioneered a new corporate culture at Intel.
Blood transfusions on the battlefield, pioneered by Canadian doctor Norman Bethune in the Spanish Civil War, saved many lives.
She pioneered the use of TV commercials to spread the word about trafficking to vulnerable populations.
Ford pioneered a massive new industry whose wages set the tone for the country and turned Detroit into a high-wage metropolis.
He pioneered the ancestors of almost every family in this vicinage to this place.
We were met by others who had pioneered the way before us and they looked after our group until we learned the ropes.
He pioneered his cause to the utmost, talking about it, writing studies for it, and setting every one else doing the same.
And now she was following along a track, pioneered by a clever and cunning leader.
The expedition was completely successful and Nearchus pioneered his fleet to the mouth of the Euphrates.
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.