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boldly go where no man has gone before

To discover new and uncharted territory or do something that no one has done before. Taken from an introductory phrase from the original Star Trek television series, "to boldly go where no man has gone before" (changed in later versions of the series, for the sake of political correctness, to "where no one has gone before"). With this latest drug, scientists are hoping to boldly go where no man has gone before and cure cancer. With the surface of the planet largely documented, one must enter the depths of the sea to boldly go where no man has gone before.
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boldly go where no one has gone before

To discover new and uncharted territory or do something that no one has done before. Taken from an introductory phrase from the original Star Trek television series, "to boldly go where no man has gone before" (changed in later versions of the series, for the sake of political correctness, to "where no one has gone before"). With this latest drug, scientists are hoping to boldly go where no one has gone before and cure cancer. With the surface of the planet largely documented, one must enter the depths of the sea to boldly go where no one has gone before.
See also: before, boldly, gone, no, one
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NEW YORK -- Revlon last month rolled out its new Live Boldly campaign, introducing four new global ambassadors, who join Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot.
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The Administrator mixed with the special children and adults; inquired about their health and chatted frankly with them giving them renewed hope, confidence and courage to face the adversities and challenges of life boldly and optimistically.
On World COPD Day, Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) is proud to announce the Breathe Boldly social initiative, which aims to raise awareness for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
Boldly, Jeep claims that the new Compass will be the most capable compact SUV ever but British and European drivers will have to wait around a year to check that out - it's not due to go on sale here until the second half of 2017.
NASA has announced its Voyager 1 satellite has boldly gone where nothing has gone before - deep space.
When media men with cameras reached in court to cover the story, Rafiq escaped from the scene but Fehmida faced them boldly.
Boldly precisely nailed the walk that I too had walked, the nervous, self-conscious, self-hating swagger that simply being alive sometimes called for.
He said it had boldly gone and done what no spacecraft has done before.
So Pine will be boldly going where the original Kirk, William Shatner, went before.
Summary: The latest cast to board the Starship Enterprise have been boldly going down the red carpet at the Sydney Opera House.
Still, Sin Boldly reminds us that nobody is perfect.
1 : to refuse boldly to obey or yield to <The protesters defied orders to leave.