n.1.One who, or that which, makes a way or path.
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M2 PHARMA-October 30, 2015-US FDA Grants Expedited Access Pathway Designation to PathMaker Neurosystems' MyoRegulator
Now, he is receiving the Roderick Palmore Pathmaker Award for "unyielding vision, integrity, conviction and authenticity.
Department of Energy, Renata Simril, Senior Vice President, External Affairs for The LA Dodgers, and Denita Willoughby, Regional Vice President at Southern California Gas Company with PathMaker awards, which recognize women in our community who exemplify the characteristics of a PathMaker, one who blazes a path for others to follow and encourages and inspires along the way.
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Best, Holt, Yuba Ball Tread, Moon Pathmaker and other full crawlers reflected the state's need for farm tractors that wouldn't sink into peat or compact the soil.
A Dumpster Films presentation in association with Pathmaker and Filmmakers Alliance.
Both the pathmaker and control groups are half male, half female, half Black, half White, and demographically equal in the distribution of careers, level of success, rural or urban background, and age.
Trexler, of course, was not the only pathmaker - Brian Pullan had carried out similar work on Venice and Natalie Zemon Davis on Lyons, to mention just two other Anglo-American scholars who tilled so well the socio-anthropological field and produced a bounty of ground breaking scholarship.
M2 PHARMA-October 29, 2015-US FDA Grants Expedited Access Pathway Designation to PathMaker Neurosystems' MyoRegulator
com)-- The 2014 recipients of the EmpowHer PathMaker Award; Musette Buckley, Senior Vice President Warner Bros.
Mary Ann Hynes Pioneer Award Roderick Palmore Pathmaker Award Sharing the Power Award Lifetime Achievement Award
US-based neuromodulation device company PathMaker Neurosystems Inc.