Pathfinder

Projects in a specified area which try out new approaches and assess their impact through practical activities

Pathfinder

The Mars Environmental Survey (MESUR) engineering prototype later named Mars Pathfinder.

Pathfinder

HMS Pathfinder was a British Onslow Class destroyer of 1540 tons displacement launched in 1941. HMS Pathfinder was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots. She was armed with four 4.7 inch guns; four 2 pdr pom-pom guns; eight 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and eight 21 inch torpedo tubes. Following the end of the Se...
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Pathfinder

One that discovers a way; explores untraveled regions to mark a new route. Someone who promotes a new process or procedure.
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Pathfinder

[library science] A pathfinder is a bibliography created to help research a particular topic or subject area. (Pathfinders are also referred to as subject guides, topic guides, research guides, information portals, resource lists or study guides). What is special about a pathfinder is that it only refers to the information in a specific loc...
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Pathfinder

Piper PA-28 light aircraft variant [US]
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Pathfinder

A project which is testing out a Government policy over a defined period prior to its full implementation.
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Pathfinder

Path'find`er noun One who discovers a way or path; one who explores untraversed regions. « The cow is the true pathfinder and pathmaker.» J. Burroughs.
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pathfinder

A filiform bougie for introduction through a narrow stricture end to serve as a guide for the passage of a larger sound or catheter. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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pathfinder

(path´fīnd-әr) an instrument for locating urethral strictures. root canal probe.
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Pathfinder

• (n.) One who discovers a way or path; one who explores untraversed regions.
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Pathfinder

(from the article `publishing, history of`) There had, of course, been newsmagazines before, in both Europe and the United States. Time magazine`s immediate forerunner was the Pathfinder ...
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pathfinder

Type: Term Pronunciation: path′fīnd-ĕr Definitions: 1. A filiform bougie for introduction through a narrow stricture to serve as a guide for the passage of a larger sound or catheter.
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Pathfinder

[1912 automobile] The Pathfinder was a Brass Era car built in Indianapolis, Indiana from 1912 to 1917. After the Parry Auto Company passed into receivership in 1910, the Motor Car Manufacturing Company was created by its creditors. That particular name was chosen as they had not decided what to name their new automobile. Indeed the New Parr...
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Pathfinder

[periodicals] Pathfinder is a series of supplements published by Paizo Publishing and designed for use with Dungeons & Dragons and the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. The main series of supplements are the Adventure Paths; three other Pathfinder product lines are also available: The Adventure Paths published in Pathfinder and the adventures in...
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Pathfinder

[web site] Pathfinder is a landing page with links to various Time Inc. web sites. In its previous form, Pathfinder was one of the first Internet portals, initially created as Time Warner`s entry onto the Internet. It was supposed to be an all-encompassing site that brought the best content from all of Time-Warner under one banner. The site...
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Pathfinder

[RAF] The Pathfinders were target marking squadrons in RAF Bomber Command during World War II. They located and marked targets with flares, which a main bomber force could aim at, increasing the accuracy of their bombing. The Pathfinders were normally the first to receive new blind bombing aids like Gee, Oboe and the H2S radar. The early Pa...
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Pathfinder

[military] A pathfinder is inserted or dropped into place in order to set up and operate drop zones, pickup zones, and helicopter landing sites for airborne operations, air resupply operations, or other air operations in support of the ground unit commander. Pathfinders first appeared in World War II and continue to serve an important role ...
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