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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, go, gone, no, one
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And now he is asking the Catholic Church to launch full attacks on the government and politicians, something which he frowned upon and even had to end people's lives when the Catholic Church spoke out boldly against the wrong and evil things about his government.
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Be a sinner and sin boldly, but believe and rejoice in Christ even more boldly.
He said: "Voyager has boldly gone where no probe has gone before, marking one of the most significant technological achievements in the annals of the history of science and adding a new chapter in human scientific dreams and endeavours."
The word I love is boldly. As a ten year old, I thought about that word, understanding it and admiring it until I thought of it as mine, my possession as surely as my sharpened, oiled, and resharpened Barlow knife was my possession.
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So it seems he'll be boldly going where the original Kirk, William Shatner, went before.
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"But," emphasized Cal, "he will only rule for those who openly and boldly approach him.
He is not afraid to speak out boldly on the issues of the day.
Omatsu and Chen boldly include activities that directly speak to stereotypes, in which students discuss whether Asian characters in various scenarios are behaving in individualistic ways, and take a walking tour of a Chinatown in order to explicitly discuss the differences between it and surrounding neighborhoods.