Spearheaded Sentence Examples
He also spearheaded the company 's expansion into Eastern Europe.
These efforts are generally spearheaded by a governmental agency, usually a department of agriculture or health.
The waxy white blooms and spearheaded leaves of the calla lily stand for radiant beauty and sophistication.
He also spearheaded the company's expansion into Eastern Europe.
The 31-year-old PR executive recently spearheaded the American Red Cross ' largest-ever blood donor campaign.Advertisement
It 's also spearheaded a culture with its regulars being a mixture of hippies, dreadlocks, scuzz rockers and fanzine writers.
In the 1870s William Morris spearheaded a revival of block printing.
Spearheaded an effort an outpatient doctor 's increase an employe 's.
In 20 years, I expect that genome information will have spearheaded a revolution in the way we treat cancer.
Health minister John Hutton today spearheaded a new drive to recruit more NHS staff from underprivileged backgrounds.Advertisement
Juliette Gordon Low spearheaded the first Girl Scout troop in 1912 in Savannah, Georgia.
The federal government used to have sole control over welfare eligibility until 1996, when former President Bill Clinton spearheaded legislation giving individual states the right to administer welfare programs.
He spearheaded a drive which raised £ 10,000 in a night for victims of the Gujarat earthquake.
In 1995 he spearheaded a successful campaign to close a highly polluting incinerator in his locality.
Having spearheaded canal restoration for half a century the IWA are now having to work hard to keep up with the pace.Advertisement