‘It is also quite meaningful that Asian countries are in the vanguard for this bright move to the future in the world of racing,’ he added.
In Thailand, young women who sell beauty products are perceived as a vanguard of modernity whose independent income repositions them in relation to family and kin.
Social realism became the vanguard in the African American struggle for equality and racial justice in Depression-era America.
Moreover, this state was controlled by a party that considered itself a vanguard in a backward society, mobilizing and transforming its citizens.
His greatest contribution to his whole epoch was his determined struggle to build a vanguard party capable of leading the workers in revolution.
Some protest about the idea of a vanguard , a party offering leadership to the working class, a notion they denounce as ‘elitist’.
They are at the vanguard of the technical revolution, cramming their homes with more and more of the latest gadgets.
It does not require conspiracy-theorist paranoia to wonder if this is in fact a vanguard action to assess how a ban might work in England and Wales.
Two hundred and four warriors formed the vanguard of the army.
Today it is people with two degrees who may be expected to be in the vanguard of the struggle.