“Kelly: In Bonk you offer the reader a very interesting rundown of the history of what you call the pioneers of human sexual response.”
“The site also profiles two pioneers from the museum's past, explorer Delia Akeley (1875-1970) who discovered new African animal species, and botanist Margery Carlson (1892-1985) who collected plant samples in South America and Europe and was a professor of botany at Northwestern.”
“Health and medical technology is steeped in pioneers who researched under possible penalty and even death under Church edicts.”
“In the course of an account of the influence of "the twin pioneers of transatlantic revivalism," John Wesley and Jonathon”
“Roland Barthes, one of the structuralist pioneers, is particularly revealing here.”
“The dependency of any one person's research on the labors of scores of earlier scientific pioneers is illustrated very beautifully by a few sentences of this variation from a book by Olive Schreiner, written at the turn of the century, entitled, "The Story of an African Farm.”
“Now, he got that money, of course, from Washington lobbyists, primarily, a group of 400 people he calls his pioneers, each of whom are pledged to go out and raise $100,000 apiece for him.”
“One of these pioneers is the author who is now the focus of attention.”
“William began to make important findings concerning how radiation removes electrons from an atom, known as ionization, and he enjoyed fruitful correspondence about his results with one of the main pioneers in the field, Ernest Rutherford.”
“The advance guard of ploughmen pioneers from the last soon afterwards, however, began to break through the woods and waters of the Dawson route.”
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