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Dictionary of Nautical Terms
A proportion of troops specially assigned to the clearing (from natural impediments) the way for the main body; hence, used generally in the works of an army, its scavenging, &c. Labourers of the country also are sometimes so used.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
Are soldiers sometimes detailed from the different companies of a regiment and formed under a non-commissioned officer, furnished with saws, felling axes, spades, mattocks, pickaxes, and bill-hooks. Their services are very important, and no regiment is well fitted for service without pioneers completely equipped. In European armies there are a certain number of pioneers to each regiment.
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The numerical value of Pioneers in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of Pioneers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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If there’s going to be a state that pioneers (protections against) caste discrimination, this is the perfect state. And if this state can show that it’s possible, there’s no excuse for any other state to not have (protections against) caste discrimination.
You will also go down in the history books as pioneers to that next generation of female hockey players.
I draw inspiration from every person with a spinal cord injury who comes into this program, they each have their own unique personalities and spirits. They are just pioneers.
Were proud to be pioneers for other companies to look to for guidance.
I quickly found out that by getting your feet wet and then continuing to walk, you could get what the pioneers called 'scalded feet,'.
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