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Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. pioneers

    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.

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  1. pioneers

    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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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of pioneers in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of pioneers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of pioneers in a Sentence

  1. Jim Green:

    The Voyagers and Pioneers flew through the Kuiper Belt at a time when we didn't know this region existed, new Horizons is on the hunt to understand these objects, and we invite everyone to ring in the next year with the excitement of exploring the unknown.

  2. Francis M. Faber Jr.:

    Has any historian sought to question why the wagonmaster of America's westward-bound pioneers 'circled' the wagons instead of 'squaring' or 'triangulating' them for a better defense strategy in fighting-off Indian raids on the plains:

  3. Margaret Hamilton:

    Looking back, we were the luckiest people in the world, there was no choice but to be pioneers.

  4. Toni Kukoc:

    When we came here it was different times. People didn’t know about us, we were pioneers. ... It was a time when the NBA became a global game, not just an American game. And it became open to the entire world.

  5. Rene Bubberman:

    We gave him some well-meant advice about his prop and especially about test flying, [His project] deserves a lot of respect... [it] truly breathes the spirit of the early airplane pioneers and his enthusiasm is contagious.

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