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step

/tread on (someone's) toes
To hurt, offend, or encroach on the feelings, actions, or province of.
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A teacher with a master's degree and 30 additional credits has moved two lanes, or is considered in the third lane, and will make a base salary of $45,864 in step one this year.
6 : the sound of a footstep <I heard steps in the hall.
Step 3: Keep turning to the right and place your left hand on the floor or on a support on the inside of your right foot (Revolved Triangle Pose).
Step 5--Who gets it to analyze and what is the product they produce?
She is a faculty member for the ACPE course Business Innovation: 12 Steps to Prioritize New Opportunities.
To slow down, the athlete must use chop steps, or short and quick steps, to decelerate the body.
In this program, participants first receive information, learn basic stress releasing and imagery skills, followed by brief experiences with the four key steps to a mind-body method for performing at their highest level.
The steps highlight topic selection, gathering resources, developing a thesis statement, organizing evidence, and peer review.
Step Seven: What to Expect After the IRS Receives Your Offer
This is the first step to implementing change, and it can reduce the frustrations that arise when people try to treat common-cause variations as solvable problems.
But many Catholics involved in 12-Step programs, including John, find that the steps mesh well with Catholicism.
Otis Elevator Company unveiled its NextStepT escalator - a breakthrough global product that employs a unique GuardedT step design and several other new features that mark a comprehensive advance in escalator technology and safety.
Even more intriguing, the researchers found that the addition of the left-handed version of aspartic acid, an amino acid, created a step pattern in calcite crystals opposite to that seen with the addition of the right-handed version.