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  • noun Plural form of groundbreaker.

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  • But there are also plenty of experts whose accomplishments are under the radar but whose knowledge is ripe for the plucking of HATCH's "groundbreakers" - up-and-coming creative talent, or mentees - who applied for an were selected to participate in the festival and receive one-on-one guidance.

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  • HATCH events, which are detailed in this guide, will feature professionals from each of the highlighted disciplines, who will serve as mentors to the festival's "groundbreakers" - carefully chosen up-and-comers in each field.

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  • HATCH events, which are detailed in this guide, will feature professionals from each of the highlighted disciplines, who will serve as mentors to the festival's "groundbreakers" - carefully chosen up-and-comers in each field.

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  • HATCHasheville. org), will feature professionals from each of the highlighted disciplines, who will serve as mentors to the festival's "groundbreakers" - carefully chosen up-and-comers in each field.

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  • Even if these are again neither "groundbreakers" nor “trendsetters”, they are in a sense “curators” of the glamour and artistry that was the domain of perfume and fashion back in the days when Chanel has initiated this successful reunion.

    More on Jacques Polge and Chanel

  • Even if these are again neither "groundbreakers" nor “trendsetters”, they are in a sense “curators” of the glamour and artistry that was the domain of perfume and fashion back in the days when Chanel has initiated this successful reunion.

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  • Both Judith Peabody, for whom the award is named, and Joan Tisch were groundbreakers in volunteerism and philanthropic support regarding AIDS in the earliest years of the epidemic up through the present.

    Marjorie J. Hill: Joan Tisch: Face to Face With a Living Legend

  • Both Judith Peabody, for whom the award is named, and Joan Tisch were groundbreakers in volunteerism and philanthropic support regarding AIDS in the earliest years of the epidemic up through the present.

    Marjorie J. Hill: Joan Tisch: Face to Face With a Living Legend

  • And I consider it a great moment of personal pride, as well of in Latina history, to be able to showcase these groundbreakers on a cover that proves, once and for all, the ultimate lesson Jennifer Lopez has taught the world:

    Galina Espinoza: Lessons Learned From 15 Years of Jennifer Lopez

  • When Kathy Christie Hernandez, who is Caucasian, married her Mexican-American husband, Don, in 1987, "we didn't feel like groundbreakers," recalled Ms. Hernandez, 48 years old.

    More Marriages Cross Race, Ethnicity Lines

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