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  1. Pioneering(a.)

    groundbreaking; originating; -- of efforts that begin work in a field or on a topic not previously widely known.

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  1. pioneering(Noun)

    activity of pioneering

  2. pioneering(Noun)

    A scoutcraft skill that involves building structures using staves and knots

Webster Dictionary

  1. Pioneering

    of Pioneer

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  1. Pioneering

    In the Scout Movement, pioneering is the art of using ropes and wooden spars joined by lashings and knots to create a structure. Pioneering can be used for constructing small items such as camp gadgets up to larger structures such as bridges and towers. These may be recreational, decorative, or functional. Pioneering is used to teach practical skills, teamwork and problem solving. It is widely used in Scouting and Girl Guiding. Many Scout and Guide groups train their members in pioneering skills and construct projects, both small and large. In camp, Scouts may construct functional items like tables, camp dressers and gadgets, as well as decorative camp gateways. Pioneering is a common merit badge in many countries, and was required for the Eagle Scout rank in the 1920s and 1930s. The name comes from the 18th and 19th century military engineers who went ahead of an army to "pioneer" a route, which could involve building bridges and towers with rope and timber. Pioneering skills include Knot tying, lashing, whipping, splicing, and skills related to the use, care and storage of ropes, spars and related pioneering equipment.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of pioneering in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of pioneering in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of pioneering in a Sentence

  1. Filippo Grandi:

    We are at a watershed, where success in managing forced displacement globally requires a new and far more comprehensive approach so that countries and communities aren't left dealing with this alone, but there is reason for some hope. Fourteen countries are already pioneering a new blueprint for responding to refugee situations and in a matter of months a new Global Compact on Refugees will be ready for adoption by the United Nations General Assembly.

  2. Toby Bateman:

    Projects such as Kingsman are developed to reflect our pioneering nature and to ensure that we are providing our customers with something that they cannot get anywhere else globally they are also essential in developing brand awareness.

  3. Herbert Diess:

    I want to congratulate you. With all this competition in Germany it is a great achievement, i thank you for pioneering, for pulling us and pushing us. Elon is the innovator.

  4. Dean Spanos:

    Simply put, Chargers NFL would not be what Chargers NFL is today without the vision of Barron Hilton, a founding father and charter member of the upstart AFL's sarcastically self-dubbed' Foolish Club,' Barron Hilton was a pioneering leader, risk-taking entrepreneur, prolific philanthropist, devoted family man and, of course, anything but foolish.

  5. Rayan Rashid:

    It was a pioneering group, quite popular, long before Facebook and Twitter, avijit Roy was patient, witty, elegant and mature in dealing with dissidents. Avijit Roy goal was to win them over.

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