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Examples of vanguard in a Sentence
a style of jazz that the vanguard quickly recognized as new and exciting
talk radio is often regarded as being in the vanguard of the conservative movement
Recent Examples of vanguard from the Web
Wilson’s knit top is in the vanguard of a private-label push that’s upended the $275 billion U.S. apparel sector.
By late 2015, Harry’s, which sold safety razors and shaving cream, was in the vanguard of upstart online retailers known as direct-to-consumer companies.
China, in other words, might still be at the vanguard of the cryptocurrency world, but exercising the kind of leadership that bitcoin boosters least want to see.
Signing on would have put Milwaukee in the vanguard; the first parking meter had been installed only three months earlier, in Oklahoma City.
State certifying agencies could be the vanguard of police accountability in an era when many police departments, prosecutors and the U.S. Justice Department show little appetite for second-guessing cops.
Wilson's knit top is in the vanguard of a private-label push that's upended the $275 billion U.S. apparel sector.
This vision has at its core a ruling party that serves as the vanguard for everything from defending national security to providing moral guidance to ordinary Chinese.
Catalonia briefly became its own republic within the Iberian Federation in the early 1930’s, and Barcelona was at the vanguard of the resistance to General Francisco Franco.
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