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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
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Named for the first three digits of pi, 314 Action describes itself as the vanguard of ‘the pro-science resistance.’ The group’s founder, Shaughnessy Naughton, said 7,000 people have responded to the group’s call to run for office.
Supporters and critics alike say the NRA is cushioned against this kind of pushback because its members sign up not for financial gain but for a chance to be part of a cultural vanguard.
Travis Shaw has never been in the vanguard among players in his age group.
Hopper redefined the way software should be written, and helped to usher in the age of intuitive programming with her work on the vanguard coding language COBOL.
If the Brits can make the changes necessary to celebrate those at the vanguard of pop music, can the Grammys finally do the same?
Sustainable Jersey, which started the national network in 2015, is in the vanguard of the movement.
Vanguard The all-girl dens are in the vanguard of other all-girl Cub Scout dens that are forming as the Boy Scouts of America holds early adopter signups for girls interested in Cub Scouting.
Women are as much in the vanguard as men, not sexualized or objectivized, but there in their own right.
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