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1. Bernhard Riemann pioneered elliptic geometry.
2. Karl Gauss pioneered hyperbolic geometry.
3. Benoit Mandelbrot pioneered fractal geometry.
4. They've pioneered a different approach to villages.
5. MIt'strobe laboratory pioneered the strobe light circuit.
6. This company pioneered the use of silicon chip.
7. Everything in the Blackbird had to be pioneered.
8. Finsterwalder pioneered geodetic surveys in the high mountains.
9. Chinese had pioneered technologies like steel, printing, gunpowder.
10. He pioneered the surgical technique called frontal lobotomy.
11. The company pioneered the use of the silicon chip.
12. The hospital has pioneered the use of birthing pools.
13. It has also pioneered the commercialisation of the subversive.
14. Merrell also pioneered the use of Velcro instead of laces.
15. Major multinational manufacturers have pioneered the field of environmental auditing.
16. Phased retirement, pioneered by the Scandinavian countries, also became widespread.
17. 5) It also pioneered terrorist tactics that Fatah later copied.
18. Phased retirement, pioneered by the Scandinavian countries,(Sentencedict.com) also became widespread.
19. 17 Coca - cola pioneered the fruit - flavored Colas with " CHERRY COKE. "
20. Mention the number that auxiliary pioneered locally during that period.
21. Avalon Hill pioneered many of the concepts of modern recreational wargaming.
22. Merrell pioneered the use of Velcro instead of laces on boots.
23. For six years I pioneered, and my husband paid the bills.
24. The "slave triangle" was pioneered by Francis Drake and his associates.
25. Ask for experiences enjoyed by those who auxiliary pioneered during April.
26. The project team has pioneered the use of ‘cavity enhanced absorption spectroscopy’.
27. Pioneered the Group's development into oil industry related markets in the 1970s.
28. Roebling had pioneered fireproof construction methods, especially the use of reinforced concrete.
29. 3 Roebling had pioneered fireproof construction methods, especially the use of reinforced concrete.
30. Jaron Lanier coined the term "virtual reality" and pioneered its early development.
31. After several years, they also pioneered some settlements in Kanas, Chuguchak and Ili.
32. 9 Roebling had pioneered fireproof construction methods, especially the use of reinforced concrete.
33. Early and aggressive treatment using ribavirin was pioneered by Joe McCormick in 1979.
34. Sugarcane still grows here — and pecan trees, the grafting pioneered by a slave gardener.
35. The method they pioneered remains fundamental to research into the behaviour of nerve cells.
36. German chemist who pioneered in spectrum analysis and codiscovered the elements caesium and rubidium.
37. The new cancer treatment was pioneered in the early eighties by Dr Sylvia Bannerjee.
38. Nadin was a climbing all-rounder and pioneered routes which set new levels in climbing.
39. Subsequently, we pioneered in the ancient town of Cirencester and in the city of Bath.
40. Beginning in the 1960s, state farms also pioneered the development of irrigation systems for crops.
41. The Bristows pioneered with Harvey and Anne Conrow, whose mobile home had tar-paper walls.
42. Loeb pioneered the use of credit card billing statements as a vehicle for magazine sales.
43. Didier relates: “We pioneered when we were younger, and then we raised three children.
44. A similar package of stabilisation, privatisation and deregulation policies was pioneered by Margaret Thatcher.
45. He pioneered mild-steel shipbuilding in 18 constructing the first ocean-going steel ship Rotomahana.
46. 30 Electric trams were pioneered in Blackpool in 1888 and they still run along the promenade.
47. Congregationalists did move westward and for a time pioneered in the mission to the larger world.
48. Jan van Eyck pioneered the techniques of painting with oil based paints on wooden panels.
49. 6 An elder and his wife pioneered for many years while bringing up three children.
50. They include federal subsidies for the arts, pioneered in New Deal programs for unemployed artists.