227 Metaphors for  stepped

227 Metaphors for stepped

Her very step was a kind of dance, and she must needs fall a-carolling of songs like a lark when it flies.

But the very lowest step is the best of all.

Divest reason of its trust, and the universe stops at the impersonal stagethere is no God; and yet, if the first step in religion is the greatest, how is it that the freest and boldest speculator rarely declines it?

The initial step in this case is the appointment of an administrator to do the work which under a will is done by the executor.

According to Spencer, the steps of knowledge are three: the co-ordinating of sensations in a living organism; the registering of impressions within the organism in such a way as to build up a store of experiences; the transmission of the organism and its susceptibilities to offspring.

Since there are no type declarations for variables in MATLAB, the first step of the compiler is an interprocedural analysis to estimate static types which are used to generate variable declarations in the translated Fortran code.

The tunes were composed in different keys, with full orchestral accompaniments, by Monsieur Hullin; and the contrast thus produced to the abominable style which had so long existed, commenced a new era in dancing: the old figures were abolished, and stage-steps were adopted;Pas de Zephyrs, Pas de Bourrés, Ballotés, Jetés Battus, &c. were among the most popular.

The step taken is Twitter’s latest to refine its definition of abusive and harmful content which has led to a backlash against social networks.

This step, however, was a good deal facilitated by means of Joel's sally-port, the overseer having taken, himself, all the precautions against detection of which the case well admitted.

The first step of the process of digestion is mastication, the cutting and grinding of the food by the teeth, effected by the vertical and lateral movements of the lower jaw.

The marchesa's steps are noiseless, her countenance grave and pale.

The first step may be the new contact will not be able to keep the site account open, and can only communicate by e-mail.

The next step is a stoppage of specie paymenta total degradation of paper as a currencyunusual depression of prices, the ruin of debtors, and the accumulation of property in the hands of creditors and cautious capitalists.

According to Spencer, the steps of knowledge are three: the co-ordinating of sensations in a living organism; the registering of impressions within the organism in such a way as to build up a store of experiences; the transmission of the organism and its susceptibilities to offspring.

The last step is a final roof insection to ensure that your new roof is completely and correctly replced.

To participate in the Sweepstakes Oct. 1 through Oct. 8, the first step is the hardest: consumers must brave the darkest depths of their freezers to find that fossilized pie.

Half a dozen steps away was a table and on the table a lamp.

The first step in his cure was the public swallowing by a conjurer of a board of wood, 'about the size of a barrel-stave,' twice as wide across as his mouth.

"The important step will be the details that emerge from this agreement," said Jimmy O'Dea, a vehicles analyst at the Union of Concerned Scientists.

Even what we know to be good and important hangs but wearily together; every step is an end, and every step is a fresh beginning.

On the opposite side of the living room and up a few steps is an open, tiled breakfast area and, beyond that, a kitchen with an L-shaped center island topped in granite, a Wolf range, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a pantry.

That's step 1, step 2 is jail.

The steps in the exposition of a term are a. Definition.

" "You're right," cried Agrius, and, remembering that the first step of a journey is the most difficult, he lead the way to the benches forthwith

It allows African Americans to have a voice and the next step is the Native American workshop, right?

Every downward step of those shadows was to the feverish imagination of Sandersen a forecast of the coming of SinclairSinclair coming in spite of the posse, in spite of the price upon his head.

The last step of this process is translation because it is not only about the content, the form of the words and what things mean, it has to do with the relational, the interaction between the listener and the storyteller.

The first step is trod upon.

The steps are a simple matter, and I have often thought a charge of gunpowder would improve that bit where the rock hangs over.

The first steps on the part of the prince were a new invasion of Flanders, and an attempt on Antwerp, which he hoped to carry before the Spanish army could arrive to its succor.

Having said that, at this point I think a good step forward would be just a small-scale specialized tribunal that hears appeals on key decisions in the process.

The controversy which followed between the ecclesiastics and their opponents was the cause of the repeal of the freedom of the Press; and when he had stifled controversy his next step was the suspension of Parliament.

The first step in treating a fistula is usually an examination by a doctor.

Meanwhile, shall we not be grateful that the "steps" through which the children are put are such excellent ones; and shall we not rejoice that school is made so "pleasant" for the boys and girls that, unlike the children of one, two, or three generations ago, they like to go to school?

A lock step is an action where the moving foot swings behind the standing foot rather than closing next to it.

Had she for a moment given way to apprehension, had her step been a thought less firm, her eye less peaceful, then indeed the world itself would have seemed to be sinking under his feet.

The last step of this process is translation because it is not only about the content, the form of the words and what things mean, it has to do with the relational, the interaction between the listener and the storyteller.

And, the very first step to securing your house is the lock system you have installed.

The first step was the purchase of two slates from Caffray, for which I gave him several dollars.

The next step to greatness was his election by the peoplethrough the use of immense amounts of borrowed moneyto the great office of Pontifex Maximus, which made him the pagan Pope of Rome for life, with a grand palace to live in.

The first steps will be uphill work; Monsieur Bargemont said so.

The first step in planning stall size is the measurement of Lactation 1 and mature cows in your herd.

Division.+The second step in the exposition of a term is division.

The obvious next step was university.

One step in this direction, which I personally believe should be taken without delay, is a law forbidding any Senator or Member of Congress or other public servant to perform any services for any corporation engaged in interstate commerce, or to accept any valuable consideration, directly or indirectly, from any such corporation, while he is a representative of the people, and for a reasonable time thereafter.

A step farther is the little white and gold boudoir which still holds the mirror that gave the haughty Queen her first premonition of the catastrophe that awaited her.

The first step in the redemption of the social order is the education of the Christian conscience to discern the smokeless sins.

The next step in the course of political training which I am advocating would be the quantitative study of the inherited variations of individual men when compared with the 'normal' or 'average' man who had so far served for the study of the type.

She knew or hoped, that if she could once call in the assistance of her judgment and piety to lessen her sorrows, Emily, however she might mourn, would become resigned to her situation; and the first step to attain this was the exercise of those faculties which had been, as it were, momentarily annihilated.

The next step in the strategy will be a First Nation, Métis and Inuit Education Conference in November that will bring together educators to discuss putting the framework into practice in schools and boards.