- n someone who helps to open up a new line of research or technology or art
- It attempts to compress Tolstoy's story of the 36-year reign (1689-1725) of Peter the Great into ten reels, showing Peter as an anti-religious reformer, a groundbreaker for .
- Rent may not be quite the groundbreaker, or have the melodic richness, of Hair or Jesus Christ Superstar.
- Those may not be the qualities of a legal groundbreaker, but they are far from the worst qualifications for judging the most explosive issues in American life, all of which sooner .
News & Articles
- Cowles Center Hosting 5th Annual Groundbreaker Battle
If you’re looking to take in an incredible dancing competition, you’ll want to hit the Cowles Dance Center in downtown Minneapolis this weekend. The Cowles Center is hosting its fifth annual “Groundbreaker Battle” competition, which will feature some of the best local break dancing one can find all on one stage.
July 12, 2013 - CBS Minnesota
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in Independent
It's been deeply offensive to millions of women,Mrs Clinton told The Washington Post. "I believe this campaign has been a groundbreaker in a lot of ways. But it certainly has been challenging given some of the attitudes in the press, and I...
- Dwight Yoakam in Country Standard Time
Porter was not just someone we used to know. He was a pioneer, a groundbreaker, an incredibly talented artist to the end,said Yoakam. "A lot of country stars wore rhinestone suits, but no one ever wore them with his unique and iconoclastic...
- Maurice Clarett in CBSSports.com
I don't think of that mindset (trendsetter),said Clarett. "A lot of those things I couldn't control that went on. I'm taking it like I'm somebody else in the draft. I'm not thinking like I'm a groundbreaker of any type. I'm in the draft....