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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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Oriental Motor's ever-expanding offering of stepping motor products offer a wide selection of stepping motors to meet the needs of applications requiring open loop or closed loop operation and geared or non-geared options.
Stepping Up participants were divided into two cohorts based on the number of college years they had already completed.
The tax planner must address at least five objectives: (1) maximizing the loan interest deduction in Germany with respect to the acquirer's financing costs; (2) stepping up asset value to the purchase price actually paid (with a concomitant increase in depreciation for following years); (3) minimizing transaction costs (such as the 3.5% real estate transfer tax); (4) planning exit strategies in advance (to ensure that the investor retains the greatest possible amount of transaction gain); and (5) minimizing the capital gains tax the seller bears.
Our firm's leadership, Joseph Hilton, chairman, and Mariyon Robertson, president, values a well-defined, aggressive marketing strategy implemented over the long term as an integral stepping stone to that future.
* When stepping up, contact the platform with the entire sole of the foot.
Stepping directly at a defensive lineman inside of them will allow the defender to beat them up the field.
And the proliferation continues, for just before the new Riverdance flowed majestically onto Broadway, New York got the latest of these Hibernian revels, Dancing on Dangerous Ground, kicking off, or rather stepping off, a North American tour with a five-day engagement at Radio City Music Hall.
Speaking to many of the "stepping" males, I realized before they started step, their mental picture of aerobics was similar to a ballet class.
The Drop Step is executed by stepping to the baseline with the low foot and going up with a power layup.
Known as the "Pied Piper of Dance," Gilbert continues to pioneer educational dance material from his graded tap technique, his Stepping Tones recordings, and now, his long-awaited tap dictionary.